So, why are they not reporting revenue specifically for the great supercomputer WATSON??? Selling the PC business was a no-brainer and wow mainframe growth is terrible. Cloud? IBM has to be nimble to go there and they are not that being. Now they have an airline deal. BFD.
Not reporting WATSON? THE GREAT SAVIOR of all of IBM??? Shocking - of course maybe the numbers are just not that wonderful after all the job cuts and sugar-coating by accountants and bean counters, i.e. more quarters without less revenue and BS by management to spin it.
True enough - her employee approval rating his historic low, despite good news that never comes save she is no longer Chairhuman of the whole mess. The Queen's Guards could not help her and this will never hit $12 by any Friday.
From what I have read, the HP employees are delighted to be rid of their boat anchor, so CSC probably purchased another dog - just like the horror that was First Consulting group so long ago. Gee, those new private sector contracts are just flooding in, aren't they? Not.
As always, Aon is a bent memory. I was outsourced out in December of 2005 by dear old CSC but things have not changed. Moved to Georgia 2 years ago and am now a malware forensics engineer with a major financial services firm down here. An associates talked about her career and she was advised NOT to go to Aon as "it's bad there." So, word is getting around.