Learson at IBM's Helm

July 1971
Time;7/12/1971, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p69
The article focuses on the career development of T. Vincent Learson, former President of International Business Machines (IBM) Corp. It informs that after graduating from the Harvard University in 1935, he worked as salesman for IBM. It is stated that Learson chose IBM because he believed that its machines were electrical rather than mechanical.


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