IBM Turns 100 Today

by Larry Emmott on June 16, 2011

in General


On this day in 1911, IBM started as the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (C-T-R), a name it changed in 1924. While some of you might known IBM for its recent “Jeopardy”-playing Watson computer, IBM has a long history of innovation, from cheese slicers (yes, really) and the tech behind Social Security to the UPC bar code and the floppy disk.

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