AECOM and IBM want to cancel outsourcing deal, according to inside source

Stuart Sumner
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Both AECOM and IBM want to cancel the $2.3 billion IT outsourcing deal they signed in January 2017, according to an inside source who asked not to be named. The source claimed that the two parti...

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