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Case
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Reference no. 306-530-1
Published by: IBS Research Center
Published in: 2006

Abstract

In December 2004, Lenovo, China''s leading personal computer manufacturer acquired IBM''s personal computer (PC) division for $1.75 billion. The deal created a $13 billion company with 8% share of the worldwide PC market. The takeover involved the integration of IBM''s operations and employees by Lenovo. This case study discusses how Lenovo has managed the integration and the strategies it is adopting to compete in the global market.
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2000-2006

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Abstract

In December 2004, Lenovo, China''s leading personal computer manufacturer acquired IBM''s personal computer (PC) division for $1.75 billion. The deal created a $13 billion company with 8% share of the worldwide PC market. The takeover involved the integration of IBM''s operations and employees by Lenovo. This case study discusses how Lenovo has managed the integration and the strategies it is adopting to compete in the global market.

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Other setting(s):
2000-2006

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