Hey, so apparently IBM had (or has?) a corporate songbook. And it is as insane as you might imagine.
The 1937 edition of the songbook is a 54-page monument to glassey-eyed corporate inhumanity, with every page overflowing with trite praise to The Company and Its Men. The booklet reads like a terribly parody of a hymnal—one that praises not the traditional Christian trinity but the new corporate triumvirate of IBM the father, Watson the son, and American entrepreneurship as the holy spirit. (ArtsTechnica)
And it appears the tradition of IBM songs is alive and, well…
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