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EF Academy opens $22 million residence hall in Thornwood

The four-story residence hall was completed in September and joins the private boarding school’s existing 400,000-square-feet of space on the former IBM campus.

IBM sells Somers campus for nearly $32 million

After announcing plans to vacate its Somers property earlier this year, Armonk-based IBM sold its 1.2 million-square-foot campus at 294 Route 100 for $31.75 million.

IBM: Cyberattacks down in 2014

Studies show cyberattacks dropped in 2014, although hackers still made off with 61 million customer records.

IBM acquisitions look to improve security services, software

IBM Corp. acquired two security software and services companies recently, part of a broader push for developing identity-focused security systems.

Report: IBM rejects offer for chip-manufacturing arm

Armonk-based IBM Corp. has reportedly rejected an offer to sell its microchip-manufacturing arm to a California company.

IBM teams up with West Coast rival Apple

A deal between the tech giants may have been unlikely decades ago, but the shifting focuses of both companies presented a logical framework for a partnership.

IBM invests $3B in chip research

Armonk-based IBM Corp. is looking to scale down semiconductor chip technology to meet emerging demands in the era of cloud computing and "big data."

Lawsuit accuses IBM of age discrimination

Three former IBM Corp. employees say they and others were pushed out of the company in favor of younger, recent college graduates.

IBM ‘speed mentoring’ event pairs experts with businesswomen

IBM volunteers work with the nonprofit Women's Enterprise Development Center to answer the questions of local small-business owners.

IBM’s Watson to tackle brain cancer treatment

Supercomputer to help reduce time it takes to identify individual's genetic mutations

IBM nets $10M contract

Contract from Health and Hospitals Corp. is to build a platform aimed at enhancing patient care.

IBM computing design mimics brain

Armonk-based company believes the technology could enable a new generation of sensor networks that mimic the brain’s abilities for perception, action and cognition.

IBM to acquire HR software co. for $1.3 billion

IBM Corp. announced Aug. 27 it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Kenexa Corp., a human resources software provider, for $1.3 billion in cash.

Executive compensation up 6 percent in 2011

The typical American worker would have to put in 244 years on the job to earn what chief executives of S&P 500 companies averaged...

Cuomo looks to revive Job Development Authority

New York state economic development officials confirmed the state is in the process of re-launching the JDA as a means of providing direct loans to small businesses and manufacturers.