Macquarie back to billion dollar profits in their first year – the third quarter of 2016. As the story goes, Mr. Mogg is actually not a company member of IBM but a fund manager at J. P. Morgan.
So you might think that if he’s the CEO who wants IBM to become a billion dollar company, it would be worth the trouble to get him to agree to change the rules in return. But as I wrote in March, IBM’s share price seems to have suffered.
What would happen if, 포항출장마사지in a few months, Mr. Mogg got IBM to agree to move to a new operating system for IBM PCs – or any other computer system?
That’s where it gets very interesting. Mr. Mogg might argue that the IBM-OS deal is a legal non-binding license (similar to the license agreements IBM gave IBM employees) because IBM doesn’t have to give its licensees the rights to do with its hardware, software, a출장 안마nd all the others it provides under the IBM umbrella in the future.
And yet I’d argue this is a great legal argument. There are cle바카라ar cases that deal with licenses and agreements between the parties that should apply here.
This is only one of many legal issues that you might want to take a look at before you decide to purchase anything from IBM. To find the rest, go to Legal Landscapes.
This article is a sequel of my series on IBM vs. Apple: Legal Issues.