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EM’s Weekly Roundup: AECOM Merges Design, Consulting Businesses into Global Organization Led by Lara Poloni; IBM Split into Two Companies; Northrop Gets $1B Navy Contract; Pentagon Awards $600M Towards 5G; Katie Arrington Receives First Wash100 Award

THIS WEEK’S TOP 10 MOST POPULAR STORIES View Weekly Contract Awards AECOM Merges Design, Consulting Businesses into Global Organization; Names Lara Poloni as Lead AECOM has integrated its Design and Consulting Services (DCS) businesses into one global organization as part of the company’s phased strategy. The new unit will be led by Lara Poloni, AECOM’s …

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IBM to Split Into Two Public Companies; Arvind Krishna Quoted

Arvind Krishna CEO IBM

IBM (NYSE: IBM) will spin off its managed infrastructure services unit into a public company in a move to focus on its growth strategy for hybrid cloud and advance artificial intelligence capabilities. "Client buying needs for application and infrastructure services are diverging, while adoption of our hybrid cloud platform is accelerating. Now is the right time to create two market-leading companies focused on what they do best,” said IBM CEO Arvind Krishna.

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Competitive Intelligence Spotlight #13: IBM’s Amy Hutchins on Virtual Shift, Visual Aspect in CI Practices

Amy Hutchins Director of CI IBM

Amy Hutchins, director of competitive intelligence at IBM (NYSE: IBM), recently caught up with ArchIntel to discuss how the firm's CI process has shifted over time and with the advent of COVID-19 and the role social tools play in her own team, as well as why she believes the visual is a key factor when preparing a CI report. This is the 13th in a series of interviews with Competitive Intelligence and GovCon executives who share their insights about creating and sustaining a competitive advantage.

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Arvind Krishna to Succeed Ginni Rometty as IBM CEO; Jim Whitehurst Named President

Arvind Krishna, senior vice president for cloud and cognitive software at IBM (NYSE: IBM), has been elected to serve as CEO and board member of the company, effective April 6. The board of directors also elected James “Jim” Whitehurst, an SVP at IBM and CEO of Red Hat, to serve as president of IBM.

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