Armonk, New York-based International Business Machines Corp. has faced criticism for its plans to shift some U.S. workers to cheaper locations such as India and China.
January 18, 2004
IBM to add 4,500 U.S. jobs
NEW YORK (Reuters) - IBM will hire 15,000 new employees in 2004, with an additional 4,500 jobs in the United States, a top executive said Saturday."We are going to hire more in the U.S. than we shift" overseas, said Randy MacDonald, IBM's senior vice president for human resources.