IBM Graffiti NPR's Cheryl Corley reports that IBM officials say its new ad campaign is cutting edge. They're painting graffiti-like symbols on Chicago's sidewalks. But city officials call it vandalism and are insisting the company pay big money to clean-up the ads.
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NPR's Cheryl Corley reports that IBM officials say its new ad campaign is cutting edge. They're painting graffiti-like symbols on Chicago's sidewalks. But city officials call it vandalism and are insisting the company pay big money to clean-up the ads.