The story of pioneering global corporation, IBM, and its founder, the visionary entrepreneur Thomas Watson Sr. He recognised the potential of the Hollerith tabulating machine, the forerunner of the modern computer, and anticipated contemporary corporate stakeholding.
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With the Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, now under siege from both Israel and factions of his own people, journalist Suzanne Goldenberg assesses whether he is capable of leading the Palestinians to statehood.
A profile of the acclaimed American landscape photographer and conservationist, Ansel Adams, who first took up photography after a revelatory visit to the beautiful Yosemite valley in California. During a prolific career Adams created a body of work that was considered by many to be the definitive pictorial statement on the American western landscape.
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