Word Origin and History for ibm
also (in early use) I.B.M., initialism attested by 1921 from International Business Machines Co., name in use from 1918.
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Contemporary Examples of ibm
And yet another sees Tyson pay a visit to IBM, only to find the man who enlisted his help trapped inside a computer.Mike Tyson Reinvents Himself (Again) as a Cartoon TV Detective on ‘Mike Tyson Mysteries’
July 30, 2014
IBM scientists used thousands of atoms to create “A Boy and His Atom,” a film with 242 frames of stop-motion action.
IBM, which has rolled out a host of extremely important innovations, was never referred to by anybody as cool.Snapchat’s Diss Captures Facebook’s Cruel Cool World
November 16, 2013
In May, for example, IBM sold $1.2 billion in seven-year bond at an interest rate of just 1.625 percent.Don’t Credit Obama with the Stock Boom, Credit the Fed and the International Economy
November 13, 2013
The list is in fact dominated by tech companies, with IBM, Microsoft, GE, Samsung and Intel all featuring in the top 10.Apple Leaves Coke Flat in Global Top Brand Survey
September 30, 2013
Historical Examples of ibm
It looks like IBM is going to split its stock, three for one.The Common Man
Guy McCord (AKA Dallas McCord Reynolds)
Has the IBM suggested any alternative to our system, any possible change?The Standardized Man
They facilitate the transfer of data between IBM cards, magnetic tapes, and printers.
To assist the IBM programming staff in reflecting customer requirements in the specification of new programming systems.
Experienced, highly trained individuals work with customers in applying IBM methods to their requirements.