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50 Years After its First Formal Environmental Policy, IBM is Still Challenging Itself
Fifty years ago, IBM’s then-Chairman and CEO Thomas J. Watson Jr. issued the company’s first ...
by Wayne Balta | July 14, 2021
IBMers set out to help schools battle ransomware in 2021
In August 2019, the Tangipahoa Parish School System in Louisiana – 45 miles east of Baton Rouge – experienced a ...
by Mercedes Escala | June 2, 2021
Free resources for teachers for Teacher Appreciation Week
We all know that teachers are some of the busiest professionals around. I know first hand because my mother was a ...
by Justina Nixon-Saintil | May 4, 2021
Accelerating our path forward for sustainable business
The observance of Earth Day provides us all with an opportunity to reflect on the global environmental challenges that ...
by Mark Foster | April 22, 2021
What are you doing to reduce your environmental footprint?
IBM has always taken its environmental responsibilities seriously. Our commitment to protecting the environment spans...
by Justina Nixon-Saintil | April 22, 2021
Underscoring IBM’s commitment to education and skills
When I joined IBM three months ago, I noticed right away how social purpose is woven throughout the company. It’s not ...
by Justina Nixon-Saintil | March 18, 2021
STEM for Girls: Shaping women’s education and careers in India
It is well understood that Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) skills are critical to ...
by Jasbir Kaur | March 7, 2021
IBM ranks on Ethisphere’s 2021 World’s Most Ethical Companies
I am proud to share with you that for the third year in a row, IBM was named one of the World’s ...
by Obed Louissaint | February 26, 2021
Our new climate goal: Net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030
IBM has been committed to environmental leadership for decades. Accordingly, IBM has been setting (...
by Wayne Balta | February 17, 2021
Celebrating the tech talent of tomorrow
IBMers in Canada fight human trafficking with the DataJam competition
Thinking big with Tech Divas from Black Girls CODE
Corporate responsibility: Building a more sustainable, equitable future
Introducing Professor Idiom: IBM Service Corps chatbot engages students in new ways