IBM's Mills Opens Up on Collaboration
Steve Mills joined IBM in 1974 as a sales trainee in New York City, rose into management by the mid-1980s, and became the executive in charge of IBM's software business in 2000. That business generated more than $18 billion in 2006 sales—about one-fifth of IBM's total—and contributed 40% of the company's profits. By 2010, IBM (IBM) expects half of its profit to come from software.
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