Our culture defines us … it’s our DNA. We call it the Lenovo Way and it’s the values we share and the business practices we deploy. “We Do What We Say. We Own What We Do.” That idea embodies our culture of commitment that drives everything we do. Learn more.
For the second consecutive year, Lenovo was named to Fortune magazine’s prestigious list of “World’s Most Admired Companies.” Find out if there’s a role for you on our team. Learn more.
Lenovo stocks are traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Lenovo’s initial public offering was on February 14, 1994 at HK$1.33 per share, and then in 2000, there was a 4-to-1 stock split. Lenovo is currently a constituent stock of the MSCI China Free Index, MSCI Information Technology Index, Hang Seng Index, Hang Seng Composite Index, Hang Seng Mainland Comp Index, Hang Seng Freefloat Comp Index, Hang Seng China-Aff Corp Index, Hang Seng Corporate Sustainability Index. Learn more.
Yang Yuanqing is chairman and chief executive officer of Lenovo and was named “Asian Businessman of the Year,” in 2014 by Forbes Asia. He was also named one of the world’s 30 “Best CEOs” by Barron’s in both 2013 and 2014. Learn more.
Founded in 1984 in a guard shack in Beijing, Lenovo grew to become China’s leading PC company, and then acquired IBM’s Personal Computing Division, the creators of the first personal computer. Learn more.
Lenovo is devoted to ensuring that our products, employees, sites, and suppliers follow the commitments we have made to socially responsible business practices.
Truly a global organization, Lenovo has operations in more than 160 countries around the world. Learn more.