IBM selling PC business
Monday, December 06, 2004
IBM is considering letting go of its personal computer business. Once the only name in the PC market, in recent years their business has been squeezed by companies such as Dell and HP. IBM claims that the PC business is profitable, but it will not give details. Rumors are stating that Chinese company Lenovo Group Ltd. is looking to buy the business. This would make sense as most computers are currently built in China. But, we have found an alternate explanation.
In recent years their business has been squeezed by companies such as Dell and HP
Who could have the money and time to run IBM’s PC business? Maybe someone who has skimmed off millions of dollars of foreign aid? Maybe someone who is being forced out of their own job? Maybe Kofi Annan? We have gotten exclusive, non-verified, third hand information that suggests this may indeed be the case.
Kofi Annan does indeed plan to buy IBM’s computer business. Annon’s son, Kojo would be made head of marketing. Manufacturing and Production would probably be kept as they are, but corporate offices would be moved to his native Ghana. The name of the new company will be “Mr. Kofi”.