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Salesforce bought new co-CEO Keith Block a $211,703 car and an $86,423 watch in recognition of his ‘leadership achievements’

Salesforce's proxy statement shows that co-CEO Keith Block received a $212,000 car and an $86,000 watch to thank him for his service to the company.
Salesforce CEO and co-founder Marc Benioff

Here’s how much the top Salesforce executives make in salaries, bonuses and stock

Salesforce's board of directors just gave the company's top executives a nice mix of salary and equity awards.

The rise of Marc Benioff, the bombastic Salesforce CEO who’s buying up Time Magazine for $190 million

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff worked his way up the ladder to get where he is today.
It's the first earnings report as co-CEO for Keith Block, who got promoted earlier this month.

Salesforce earnings blow away Wall Street expectations, but disappoints on guidance

Salesforce reported earnings on Wednesday after the bell.
Salesforce COO Keith Block

Salesforce just promoted its top salesman to the title of co-CEO

Oracle has two CEOs. Now, Salesforce.com has one too.
Salesforce COO Keith Block

Marc Benioff’s right-hand man could make another $200,000 after Salesforce finally lets its top execs get raises again

Top executives are being rewarded again after the board froze made changes to appease shareholder concerns.

Salesforce’s hiring of ex-Oracle exec Keith Block is paying off in a big way

Salesforce started signing more large enterprise deals after hiring Keith Block in 2013.

Salesforce bought its new COO a $41,000 watch

Marc Benioff hired former Oracle sales star Keith Block in 2013 and can't stop heaping praise promotion and gifts on the guy.

Salesforce has promoted Oracle’s former top sales exec to be its new COO

Keith Block, a former Oracle executive, has had a meteoric career at Salesforce in his three years there, and is now.

Salesforce needs to show Wall Street some big new customers to keep up its winning streak

Salesforce has been nothing but impressive in recent years, and Wall Street wants to see even more come out of its earnings Wednesday.