Lenovo’s shares initially suffered after it took over the Thinkpad brand, in part because integration with IBM’s business got off to a rocky start. Photo: AFP Lenovo’s shares initially suffered after it took over the Thinkpad brand, in part because integration with IBM’s business got off to a rocky start. Photo: AFP
Lenovo’s shares initially suffered after it took over the Thinkpad brand, in part because integration with IBM’s business got off to a rocky start. Photo: AFP
Cathy Holcombe
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Lenovo looking smart for buying out IBM’s PC business

Mainland tech giant Lenovo reaps from taking over IBM's 'ice age' personal computer business

Lenovo’s shares initially suffered after it took over the Thinkpad brand, in part because integration with IBM’s business got off to a rocky start. Photo: AFP Lenovo’s shares initially suffered after it took over the Thinkpad brand, in part because integration with IBM’s business got off to a rocky start. Photo: AFP
Lenovo’s shares initially suffered after it took over the Thinkpad brand, in part because integration with IBM’s business got off to a rocky start. Photo: AFP
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