IBM seems to be snapping up more than just patents these days. During the last six months, the 800-pound gorilla of bioinformatics has hired three high-profile bioinformatics executives — Sia Zadeh, Yury Rozenman, and Frank White — to join the 1,200-strong life sciences group (including 700 former PriceWaterhouseCoopers employees acquired last year) in Somers, NY, and has no plans to stop adding talent.

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