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OXFORD, England and ARMONK, NewYork - Oxford University has joined with IBM and the UK Government to build a sophisticated computing Grid that will enable early screening and diagnosis of breast cancer, and provide medical professionals with more information to help treat th...
IBM is expanding its current offerings to include new programs for individual consumers and businesses of all sizes to conveniently recycle unneeded computer hardware in the U.S. Through the new IBM PC Recycling Service, consumers and small businesses can recycle any manufac...
IBM has once again been named to the prestigious top 10 of Working Mother Magazine's "Top 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers."
IBM today announced a $50 million global fund to develop and support work/life programs in communities where its employees live and work. It is one of the first funds of its type to address such employee issues globally. While the fund will address a variety of work/life iss...
IBM, the state of North Carolina's largest industrial employer, received the Ron Brown Award -- the nation's highest honor for employee and corporate community relations -- at a ceremony hosted by President Clinton at the White House yesterday.
World Wildlife Fund and the Center for Energy and Climate Solutions today announced the launch of Climate Savers, an innovative new partnership to help businesses voluntarily lower energy consumption and reduce emissions of the greenhouse gasses that most scientists warn con...