Why IBM sold its semiconductor business

Summary : IBM had a very complex set of issues to resolve, making it far more than just a simple sale of assets. The basis for the sale had to be related to scale, or lack of it. While one can develop transistors at IBM’s manufacturing scale, it’s become ever harder to run down the learning curve.

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