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Why Did IBM Cut 100,000 Jobs Over Years?

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Business Insider reports that IBM axed as many as 100,000 employees in the last few years. The company wanted to appear "cool" and "trendy" like Amazon or Google, Bloomberg reported Wednesday. IBM has been hit by several age discrimination suits filed by former employees. Asked about the accusation, the company said IBM has been "reinvented to target higher value opportunities for our clients."

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