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Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company changes name to IBM

Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company changes name to IBM.

14 February, 1924

The Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company changed its name to International Business Machines Corporation on 14th February 1924. The company was founded on 16th of June 1911 in Endicott, New York.

Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company was created by an amalgamation of three companies, one of them was originally set up by the inventor of the punched card calculator, Herman Hollerith.

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