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Re: The Next IBM: Companies That Could Pass the Century Mark
Posted by: Peter Suciu 2012-11-28 10:15:51
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Today, few people are using an IBM desktop computer -- and if they are, the machine could be close to 20 years old. However, back in 1995 when IBM bought Lotus Notes, it was the world's largest software company and still made personal computers. Fast-forward, and today IBM isn't really known either for software or desktop computers. Yet a little over a year ago, IBM's Watson supercomputer competed on the trivia TV show "Jeopardy," proving that Big Blue's best days might not be behind it.


Re: The Next IBM: Companies That Could Pass the Century Mark
Posted by: MrFriendly 2012-11-28 11:52:17 In reply to: Peter Suciu
Interesting article but you seem to have forgotten the other oldest company still in existence and going quite strong - The Hudson Bay Company
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