Many IBMers in China just say no to working for Lenovo
Research Triangle Park, N.C. — The strike at an IBM x86 server plant in China by some 1,000 workers is ending - but the workers claim they won concessions from Big Blue for better severance and retention packages. Still, about half of them have decided not to transfer to Lenovo despite a plea from the company. IBM's $2.3 billion sale of its sever business to Lenovo triggered the walkout. Meanwhile, in RTP, IBM x86 workers will soon have a new home....
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