CEO Ginni Rometty Tells Bloomberg Businessweek How IBM Plans to Compete With Google

[embedded content] NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Bloomberg Businessweek’s Max Chafkin appeared on Bloomberg TV’s “Bloomberg Markets” to discuss his interview with IBM  (IBM) CEO Ginni Rometty on her plans to make Big Blue an artificial intelligence powerhouse in order to compete with younger tech companies.    “IBM is way older than Google (GOOGL) or Facebook (FB). IBM is 105 years old. And what they’re doing is trying to be a bit more startup-y,” Chafkin told Bloomberg TV’s Lisa Abramowicz. He interviewed Rometty at the company’s Watson headquarters, which featured an open-plan building in downtown Manhattan, Chafkin said. “They’re trying to be ‘cool’ I guess,” he told Abramowicz. Rometty joined IBM as an engineer in the detroit office in the early 80s and worked her way up to CEO in 2012.She told Chafkin that she views IBM as “the…


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