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Mark Wilson and Nani Darnell's IBM Award 2010 Video Biography

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Taking the world forward – Announcing the 2020 IBM Beacon Award winners

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IBM Business Unit Excellence Awards

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Introducing Izzat Farahidy - Winner of the IBM Volunteer Excellence Award

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IBM wins a Stevie® Award in The 2019 International Business Awards

The IBM Award was an award given out to National Basketball Association players from 1984 to 2002. The award was sponsored and calculated by technology company IBM and was determined by a computer formula, which measured a player's statistical contribution to his team. The player with the best contribution to his team in the league received the award. The first recipient was Magic Johnson of the Los Angeles Lakers, and the final recipient was Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs.
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