The International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), founded on June 16, 1911 by Charles Ranlett Flint, is an American global consulting and technology conglomerate. It builds and advertises computer hardware and software, and provides hosting, infrastructure, and consulting facilities in fields that range from nanotechnology to mainframe computers. Nicknamed Big Blue, IBM is one of the world’s largest employers with more than 350,000 employees. IBM inventions include automated teller machine, the hard disk, the floppy disk, the SQL programming language.
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President, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) — Ginni Rometty
IBM logo has white line passing through the name of the company. The white lines in the logo represent the equality