Letters: Aug. 1, 1983

Blue Chip IBM

To the Editors:

IBM is American to its core, which is what helps make it so profitable and, possibly, unique [July 11]. When I attend company conferences, I feel as if I am in a meeting of the United Nations. I sit among Japanese, blacks, Chinese, Indians, Arabs, Hispanics and women. In confronting its competition, the company is fiercely tough and at the same time ethical.

Barry Polisuk San Jose, Calif.

IBM, the great sales colossus, is also great to sell to. We are a company that has provided IBM with services...

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