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What to Make of IBM?

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Mon, 21 Nov 2011

It says something about Warren Buffett’s new $10.7bn stake in IBM that after 5 minuets of inactivity on the IBM medical services page a chat box comes up prompting the visitor to “speak with an IBM sales consultant.” Indeed, sales are good at IBM. In 2010 the company had almost $100bn in revenues a

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