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Shares of Salesforce.com jumped on Wednesday after Bloomberg reported that it is working with financial advisors to help with a potential takeover offer. (Tweet this)

CNBC's Jim Cramer said that Salesforce Chairman and CEO Mark Benioff would not comment on a possible takeover.

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The report didn't name any particular suitors, though it noted that a takeover of Salesforce would be the largest software acquisition ever, according to Bloomberg data.

The cloud-computing market has grown increasingly competitive, as behemoths such as Google, IBM, Microsoft and start-ups jostle for business.

Salesforce, IBM and Oracle all refused to comment to CNBC on this report.

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Shares were trading at all-time highs Wednesday. The company went public in 2004.

Read the full coverage at Bloomberg.

Salesforce chairman and CEO Marc Benioff.
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