IBM Going Social
Jul 21st 2012 4:15PM
Updated Jul 22nd 2012 1:26PM
Today, Eric and Jeremy discuss IBM's recent move to integrate social elements into its services. The development could help IBM increase consumer comfort levels, but more than anything else, it reiterates the company's commitment to safe, profitable decisions.
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