Ibm After AkersCatherine Arnst and Joseph Weber
It's a headhunter's dream come true. John F. Akers' cataclysmic decision on Jan. 25 to step down as IBM's chairman and chief executive to give someone else a shot at reviving the world's largest computer company has set in motion a star search the likes of which Corporate America has never seen.
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