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Chinese national pleads guilty to economic espionage at IBM

Xu Jiaqiang, 31, stole source code for the benefit of China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission, according to a superseding indictment filed last June.

IBM spinoff charts bright future with energy analytics

Two former top officials at IBM's Smarter Energy Research Institute have taken work done at IBM to their energy analytics startup in Valhalla.

United Way honors Boies couple and IBM at Thursday gala

Unted Way of Westchester and Putnam's Gatsby-themed Spring Gala will be Thursday night at Doral Arrowwood in Rye Brook.

IBM brings cognitive computing to eldercare facility study

Research will identify potential factors that affect 30-day hospital readmission rates in eldercare patients.

Former Xerox CTO joins IBM Research as COO

Before her 25-year career at Xerox, Sophie Vandebroek worked as an IBM researcher in Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Former IBM software developer accused of espionage

Federal officials say Xu Jiaqiang knew that the People's Republic of China would benefit from stolen software code.

EPA recognizes Connecticut and New York companies for environmental awareness

Several companies headquartered in Connecticut and New York have been recognized by federal Environmental Protection Agency for their efforts to reduce green house gas emissions.

Initiative looks to boost small-supplier participation

IBM and Business Council seek to regionalize a national $6 billion boon.

IBM Acquires Merge Healthcare for $1 billion

Armonk-based IBM said it will acquire Merge Healthcare Inc., a Chicago-based medical image handling and processing company, for $1 billion.

IBM to study methane-sensing tech with federal grant

An IBM research center in Yorktown Heights gets a $4.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a methane measurement system.

IBM sheds chip division; Q3 earnings fall short

IBM's stock drops on news of missed earnings projections for the third quarter and a deal to get rid of an underperforming chip-manufacturing division.

Virtual job fair helps Westchester veterans get hired

A One-Stop Employment Center program starting Nov. 12 adds to the year-round efforts of agencies and corporations in the county to match veterans with jobs.

Pitney Bowes, IBM to develop hybrid services

A collaboration of IBM's cloud computing and Pitney Bowes' location services is on the horizon

IBM’s Watson moves out of Yorktown

IBM Corp.'s new business unit will develop Watson-powered business solution in New York City's East Village.

Nonprofits, businesses to volunteer on MLK Day

The Volunteer Center of United Way will partner with nonprofits and businesses to create 30 volunteer activities on Martin Luther King Day.