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IBM Endicott Cases Could Have Continued For Decades
An attorney who worked for many of the people who claimed harm because of contamination at the IBM Endicott manufacturing site said the legal case could have dragged on for another two decades.
Stephen Schwarz of the Faraci Lange law firm in Rochester said all lawsuits involving allegations of vapor …
Millions in IBM Endicott Pollution Claims Paid
IBM has paid several million dollars to hundreds of people who have been seeking compensation for claims related to chemical contamination at the company's Endicott microelectronics facility.
The company and many of the plaintiffs who had taken IBM to court last year agreed to a settlement of th…
More Job Cuts Reported at IBM Sites
Another round of layoffs at IBM locations around the United States is underway.
Officials at IBM headquarters in Westchester County won't discuss how many workers are losing their jobs but reports suggest that the number will be at least several thousand...
i3 Electronics In Endicott Selling Excess Inventory
An Endicott-based electronics manufacturing firm is seeking to sell what it bills as "excess inventory."
The successor to Endicott Interconnect Technologies - i3 Electronics - has posted a five-page list on its website offering thousands of items the company no longer needs...
Washington Post: The Story Of IBM-Endicott
The tale of what's happened to Endicott in the three decades since IBM began to dismantle its operations at the company's birthplace is front page news in the nation's capital.
Tuesday's Washington Post recounts the story with the headline: "Company town's decline re…
Layoffs May Affect IBM Endicott Workers
As the number of reported IBM layoffs this week continued to grow, there are indications some of those losing their jobs are attached to the company's Endicott operations.
The company, which has its headquarters in Westchester County, will not reveal how many people are being laid off as part of…
IBM Workers Warned: “We Were Too Slow”
Hundreds of thousands of IBM employees have heard from the boss.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Big Blue's chief executive Virginia Rometty has released a video for all company workers following a bad earnings report.
The Journal's story suggested Rometty's primary message was: T…