It's P Cs Vs. Mainframes Even At IbmJohn W. Verity
Is IBM really serious about remaking itself? That has been the question on the minds of analysts, investors, competitors--even IBM employees--ever since Chairman John F. Akers last year called for a thorough overhaul of Big Blue's operations. While Akers' reorganization--a plan to chop the $65 billion giant into a series of more manageable Baby Blues--is still very much a work-in-progress, this fall IBM is showing that its reform movement is dead serious.
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