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Washington, D.C. (26 April 2017) – IBM today issued the following statement: “We welcome the President’s tax reform proposal. It contains many features of a competitive corporate tax system that IBM has advocated for years, including a more competitive U.S. corporate tax rate to level the playing field for American companies, and a move to […]
Cameron Clayton, head of the Weather Company, an IBM Business, outlines the vital role of federal support for weather related research and services.
IBM is pleased by the Texas Senate's unanimous, bipartisan passage of important legislation that will bring innovative six year high schools to the state.
As the European Commission reviews the Digital Single Market strategy, IBM's Jean-Marc Leclerc weighs in on implications for the Internet of Things.
For Griff Griffin, on-the-job training in customer service and people management skills paved the way to a new collar career at IBM in Dubuque, Iowa.
IBM Among the First Companies to Sign EU Data Protection Code of Conduct for Cloud Service Providers
By Cristina Cabella, Chief Privacy Officer, IBM I am pleased to announce that IBM today signed up to the EU Data Protection Code of Conduct for Cloud Service Providers with our IBM SoftLayer and IBM Bluemix Infrastructure services. We are one of the first companies to do so. Signing up our services to the EU Code declares […]
As U.S. Commerce Secretary Ross and E.U. Vice President Ansip meet this week, IBM is emphasizing the important role of Privacy Shield in digital trade.
IBM Europe Chairman Erich Clementi makes some recommendations to the European Commission about how good public policy can grow and drive the future of IoT.