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Topic - Cort Martin
Cort Martin followed in the footsteps of his father and grandfather and made his career at IBM. That is what nearly everyone did in this town, the birthplace of the century-old technology titan.
Mr. Martin said that because of his growing difficulties at IBM, he didn't encourage his children to make their careers at the company — and none of them did.
"The kind of business we built in the USA is happening in other countries now because they're 50 years behind us," he said. "Why wouldn't we invest there?"