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Beyond India: Adobe & Microsoft Join Forces Against Salesforce & Tesla's Power Plan for Japan

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Beyond India: Adobe & Microsoft Join Forces Against Salesforce & Tesla's Power Plan for Japan
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1. Adobe & Microsoft join forces to take on Salesforce. The two tech companies have partnered to bolster each other's sales and marketing software capabilities.

2. Tesla is developing its largest power storage system and in Asia. Being built in Osaka, the plant will provide emergency backup power to trains in Japan.

3. Artificial Intelligence has become a part of DNA for Google. Considering the ethical concerns around the technology, the company has launched a global advisory council to keep AI in check. 

4. In the biggest deal in the last 2 decades, McDonald's is acquiring Dynamic Yield Ltd. World’s biggest restaurant chain is reportedly pumping $300 million into the deal.

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