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August 4, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

The popular press has moved on a bit since the days when it perpetrated howlers like softwear and silicone chips whenever it wrote about the industry, but there are still a few elephant traps out there for the unwary, and a report in the Wall Street Journal apropos the RT that IBM had only 3.9% of the workstation market caught out the New York Daily News good and proper yesterday: IBM, it boldly proclaimed, has wowed to become king of the hill in office workstation furniture by 1991; it now has only 3.9%, and needs 30% to be tops.

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