(Bloomberg) -- International Business Machines Corp. amassed more U.S. patents than any other company for the 21st straight year, helped by its push into big-data services, which glean insights by mining large quantities of information. IBM’s 6,809 patents in 2013 scored an annual record, the company said today in a statement. With inventors from 41 countries, more than 31 percent of the patents came from overseas. South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co. and Tokyo-based Canon Inc. ranked
IBM Wins Most U.S. Patents for 21st Year as It Seeks Growth
JAN 14, 2014 10:25am ET
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