August 3, 1991 |
IBM, NEC May be Near Agreement: IBM Japan Ltd. is close to completing an agreement with NEC Corp., one of Japan's leading computer makers, on supercomputer marketing, according to news reports. Kyodo News Service, quoting unidentified company officials, said the deal, if sealed, would allow IBM Japan--a subsidiary of U.S.
January 27, 1992 |
IBM Japan Cutting Directors' Salaries: The Japanese arm of International Business Machines Corp. also decided to freeze executives' salaries in response to poor business results, a company spokesman said. The company slashed the salary of the president by 10%, executive directors by 8% and directors by 5%, spokesman Tadashi Okamura said. Thirty-three directors were affected.
February 2, 1991 |
IBM Japan Ltd. is developing a notebook-sized personal computer and considering a plan that would allow the computer to send messages over wireless communications networks, the company said Friday. The wholly owned unit of International Business Machines said it was still assessing market demand and trying to get Japanese government permission to use broadcast frequencies.