I’m glad I bought a Lenovo T430 a couple months ago. Besides being a great computer, apparently the company has a great boss, too:
Angela Lee, a spokeswoman in Hong Kong for Lenovo, best known in the U.S. for acquiring IBM Corp.’s ThinkPad laptop brand and the rest of its PC business in 2005, confirmed that Yang Yuanqing, who is also Lenovo’s chairman, will share $3.25 million from his bonus with some 10,000 staff in China and 19 other countries.
His total bonus was $4.2 million. All employees are receiving the same amount. For the factory workers in China, $300 dollars is a lot of money.
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