IBM

Summary

Industry
Operating Income
17604000000.0 (2006-12-31, US$)
10418000000.0 (2008, US$)
Date founded
1889
Headquarters
1 NEW ORCHARD ROAD (Armonk, 94,710, New York)
Revenue
91424000000.0 (2006-12-31, US$)
87548000000.0 (2000, US$)
7,197,300,000 (1970, US$)
Number of employees
386,558 (2008)
Employees and other personnel
Senior Analyst (Patrick Tufts, 1995, 1998-09)
Worldwide Personal Systems Group Program Director (Timothy Eades)
 

Business Operation

Net profit
10418000000.0 (2007-12-31, US$)
7,712,000,000 (2000, US$)
933,900,000 (1970, US$)
Total Assets
109,524,000,000 (2008-12-31, US$)
Competitive space
Cash
12741000000.0 (2008-12-31, US$)
Retained Earnings
70353000000.0 (2008-12-31, US$)
 

Profession

People With This Profession
 

RFID Company

Location
 

Ranked item

Appears in ranked lists
Fortune 1000 (14, 2009)
Fortune 1000 (15, 2008)
Fortune 1000 (10, 2006)
 

Typeface Foundry

Typefaces
 

UoA Vendor

provides Application
UoA Category
 

Video Game Publisher

Games Published
Game Versions Published
 

Programming Language Developer

Programming Languages Developed
 

Software Developer

Software
 

Inventor

Inventions
 

Competitor

Competitions won
 

Academic institution

Visiting scholars, fellows, etc.
Research Staff Member (Oktie Hassanzadeh, 2011-12-12, 2012-02-06T23:14:31Z)
 

Award Winner

Awards Won
MacRobert Award (2004, WebSphere MQ)
 

Conference sponsor

Conferences
 

Award Presenting Organization

Award categories presented
 

Video Game Developer

Games Developed
 

Processor Manufacturer

Processors Manufactured
 

Venture Investor

Venture Investments
 

KWTopic

Disciplines
information technology
business
computers
Connections to
james powers rival was ibm (James Powers)
j. presper eckert rival was ibm (J. Presper Eckert)
herman hollerith company became ibm (Herman Hollerith)
john william mauchly influenced ibm (John Mauchly, influenced)
KWType
Artefact
Has sentences
IBM had its genesis in the merging of three companies to form the Computing- Tabulating-Recording Company in 1911. (Details)
One of those three companies was the Tabulating-Machine Company set up by ^started under Hollerith^. (Details)
In the 1880's Hollerith had invented punched- card tabulating equipment which transformed the recording and retrieval of data. (Details)
Assessment
Manufacturer of business machines and one of the largest industrial corporations in the world.
Category
business and industry
 

Sponsor

Sponsorship
Fiesta Bowl (1993, 1995)
? (1985, 2010)
 

Computer Manufacturer/Brand

Computer Lines
Computer Models
 

Organization

Leadership
? (Jon C. Iwata, Senior Vice President, 2009)
Chief Executive Officer (Virginia M. Rometty, President and CEO, 2009, 2012-01-01)
? (Mark Loughridge, Sr. VP and CFO, 2009)
Organizations acquired
Phone number
Founders
Board members
Chair, Directors and Corporate Governance Committe (1995, Cathleen Black)
? (2004, Joan E. Spero)
Child
Slogan
Innovation That Matters
Think
What Makes You Special?
Legal structure
Publicly listed company
Place founded
 

Literature Subject

Works Written About This Topic
 

Issuer

Issue
 

Architectural structure owner

Structures Owned
 

Operating System Developer

Operating Systems Developed
 

Website Owner

Websites Owned
Websites owned new
 

Organization founder

Organizations founded
 

Organization partnership

Members
 

Customer

Supplier
 

Programming Language Designer

Languages Designed
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