1955
b&w industrial film - old I.B.M. (IBM) processing machine - IBM Product Fair with new electronic typewriters and tape decks - man glues photograph to brochure - shot of press machine making financial reports - man takes one off press and examines it with magnifying glass - man and woman look at report across a desk - shareholders sitting in large room with board for numbers - shot of one share of United States Steel Corporation - molten steel being poured into bucket - shot of stock certificate for American Telephone & Telegraph - AT&T switchboard (very brief)
Françoise Gris, Olivier Pastre
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Various Subjects
protective suits, clean suits, IBM software, computers, corporate campus, Boeing, airplanes, pollution, traffic, factories
COMPUTERS
CU COMPUTER MONITOR CIRCA 1984 IBM. IBM SYSTEM 36 COMPUTER, 1984. CORPORATE DATA CENTER.
IBM HEADQUARTERS
Various exterior shots of the IBM Corporate Headquarters. Interior shot of a man examining a lap top computer.
IBM OUTSOURCING PROTEST
00:00:00:00 TIMECODE REFERENCES IN LOG ARE TO ORIGINAL TAPE (0:00) / 09:21:16:28 VS IBM employees holding signs and protesting outside corporate office w signs reading "American Jobs for America", "S ...
PA-0888 Digibeta
IBM Day: New York World's Fair (May 4, 1939)
IBM PRESS CONFERENCE
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES ( IBM ) HOLDS PRESS CONFERENCE ON ITS BID TO TAKEOVER LOTUS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
Launches of German V-2 ,Titan II from a missile test center in California, United States.
Rocket engine nozzle at launching. The engine rises slowly from launch pad. An engineer behind control panel. A rocket launches a captured German V-2 rocket/WAC Corporal Bumper 8 from Pad 3 of Cape Canaveral on July 24, 1950. Two United States Air Force Convair F-106As Delta Dart in flight. Aerial view of launch complexes. Titan II missile is launched. The Titan II missile explodes mid-air. A huge ball of fire from Titan II explosion. A scientist uses a tracking camera during a Titan II rocket launch. Footage from camera shows the first stage separation of the Titan II. The booster blasted away at second stage ignition. Various tracking stations covering the Atlantic missile range. A satellite dish recording telemetry data. Observatory dome with telescope rotating. The USS HH Arnold (T-AGM-9) missile tracking ship at sea. A re-entry vehicle is seen re-entering the atmosphere. A United States Air Force Lockheed JC-130B Hercules equipped with a trapeze structure snatching an Aero kite balloon suspended from a ship. Air Force Missile Test Center and its logo. View of Patrick Air Force Base in Brevard County, Florida (840 Falcon Ave. Building 720 Patrick AFB, FL 32925). Various missiles on display in front of the Air Force Missile Test Center Technical Lab at Patrick Air Force Base. Engineers working in the Air Force Missile Test Center Technical Lab. An engineer examines a magnetic tape from an IBM console in the EDP room. An Air Force Missile Test Center report. A Gemini space capsule is being lowered. NASA personnel watch the capsule. Sign reads "Gemini / Titan II Man Rated Complex Martin Company". Lt. Colonel John G. Albert Chief of the Gemini Launch division, 6555th Aerospace Test Wing at the entering gate. A blockhouse in the background. Colonel Albert inspects Gemini's boosters. He is at the launch control in the blockhouse. Location: California United States USA. Date: 1963.
Paramount
Ten Americans including the first-time motion picture board chairman are presented with Horatio Alger Awards in New York
CLINTON/BROWN AWARD
PRESIDENT CLINTON PRESENTS THE RON BROWN AWARD FOR CORPORATE LEADERSHIP.
Dallas, 1989
Dallas Texas skyline. Surveyor (construction worker) looking through a transit; construction worker wearing a hard hat. Various street scenes of Dallas Texas. Aerial view of DFW (Dallas/Ft. Worth) International Airport. CU of business signs and logos on buildings in Dallas, Texas; IBM, Mercedes-Benz, Panasonic, Aerospatiale Helicopter Corporation, Fujitsu. Scenes of the exterior and interior of the Infomart building in Dallas. View of the entrance to the Galleria in Dallas. Scenes of skating rink in the Galleria. CU Neiman Marcus sign or placard. View of The University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center At Dallas. Image of a laboratory technician filling test tubes in a medical laboratory. Panning view of building in Dallas, Texas.
Bridgeman Images Details
IBM CANADA HEADQUARTERS - 2006
IBM Canada's headquarters in Markham, Ontario.
CORPORATE CHILD CARE SOLUTIONS INTERVIEW
JACK CARTER, IBM CHILD CARE PROGRAM
ART
CU EARLY IBM TYPEWRITER, CAMERA ZOOMS IN ON LETTER TO POLAROID CORPORATION
PA-0878 Digibeta
Town and the Telephone, The
News Clip: Texas Instruments
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
IBM PROTEST OUTSOURCING
01:43:12:10 MS protestors walk in circle w anti-outsourcing signs/ MS sign reading "Export IBM's CEO Sam Palmisano" TU protestors walk by carrying signs that read "S.O.S Stop Off-Shoring"/ CU sign tha ...
The Atrium of the IBM skyscraper
A2 / France 2
Biz Briefs; 6/12/1995
Exteriors of IBM, Lotus corporate buildings. Computer class. Lotus CD-rom being manufactured (comes off conveyor belt).
1970s NEWS
Show Sponsors: German Marshall Fund of the United States, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Ford Foundation, IBM
CORPORATE CHILD CARE SOLUTIONS INTERVIEW
JACK CARTER, IBM CHILD CARE PROGRAM
KASPAROV LOSES TO DEEP BLUE (05/11/1997)
In an hourlong game today, the IBM computer, "Deep Blue," beat overwhelmed Garry Kasparov and won the six-game man vs. computer chess match. The 34-year-old Kasparov was upset at the end of the game. He was shrugging during the last few moves and then left the table after the resignation. Later at the news conference, he lashed out at IBM for programming the computer specifically to beat him. Kasparov says that "it was nothing to do with science.....it was just one mission to beat Garry Kasparov, and when a big corporation with unlimited resources would like to do so, there are many ways to achieve the result." According to author Pamela McCorduck who writes on advanced compters, the machine's win doesn't signal that computers have become smarter than men. Some people consider Kasparov the greatest chess player ever; he had beaten an earlier version of the computer. Although he lost, Kasparov gets $400,000. Had he won, the prize would have been $700,000.