-1911 Charles R. Flint arranges the merger of the International Time Recording Company, Computing Scale Company, and the Tabulating Machine Company to form the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (C-T-R). The new company is based in New York City and has 1,300 employees. George Fairchild becomes the first chairman of the board of directors. C-T-R will be renamed International Business Machines Corporation in 1924.
-1914 Thomas J. Watson, Sr., joins the Computing Tabulating Recording Co. (C-T-R) as general manager. The next year Watson is elected president of the company.
-1924 The Com…
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