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  • IBM advertising & marketing assignments Profile subscribers click here for full profile Selected IBM advertising Previous Next IBM lost its dominance of the computer hardware market back in the
  • IBM : company profile Profile subscribers click here for full profile IBM lost its dominance of the computer hardware market when it allowed other companies to clone its PCs. Instead, although it remains
  • or PC. The latter used to be called IBM-compatible, as a result of IBM's near-disastrous decision to allow its technology to be cloned by other manufacturers. That move lost IBM its dominance in personal
  • 1 in PCs in 2007, and closing the gap with IBM in IT services by buying consultancy EDS in 2008. Yet Hurd too was unceremoniously dismissed in 2010. So was his successor less than a year later, after
  • a global profile in 2004 though the acquisition of IBM's PC division. However that deal proved more troublesome than had been anticipated. Tied to maintaining IBM's high standards of quality, Lenovo's
  • IBM launched its biggest ever acquisition with a deal to buy software and services company Red Hat for $34bn including debt. It's the biggest ever acquisition of a software company. The target is a leading
  • and the partners were commissioned by IBM to develop a core operating system for the launch of the company's first "Personal Computer" or PC in 1981. Rather than write a new system from scratch, they
  • AKQA, Isobar, IBM and R/GA also took prominent positions in Gartner's analysis. DigitasLBi, OgilvyOne and iCrossing were also among the leaders. See here for the full Quadrant. In another sign that
  • IBM "Designed For Data" by Ogilvy & Mather New York We love this great new spot from Wieden & Kennedy for P&G's Secret deodorant, enhanced by an entirely adorable performance from its fine lead. This
  • IBM's inhouse digital marketing division IBM Interactive Experience made its first significant acquisitions with the purchase of separate digital agencies in the US and Germany. The US target was Resource/

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