June 15, 1911: Computing Tabulating Recording Company (aka IBM) Incorporated
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1911 – The Computing Tabulating Recording Company (CTR) is incorporated. It was built between the Computing Scale Company of America, The Tabulating Machine Company and The International Time Recording Company of New York. Later, this company would be renamed to International Business Machines (IBM)
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