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CA Awards $1 million to Sesame Workshop to support STEM learning.


CA ecoSoftware receives the “Minister of Energy Award” from Green IT Magazine.

CA is named to the Forbes “100 Most Innovative Companies” list.


CA ranks among the “Top 50 Greenest Companies” in the US by Newsweek magazine.


CA boasts one of the strongest IT portfolios in the company’s history—including infrastructure management, IT governance, service management, data center automation and security management for both the mainframe and distributed environments.


The company establishes CA Technology Services as part of its new customer delivery model. Customers now enjoy unimpeded access to rich technical skills throughout a project lifecycle that CA has to offer.


CA extends Unicenter for the Web environment and becomes the first company to partner with both Netscape and Microsoft® at the same time.


Bolstering its global presence, CA expands to the Far East, Africa and Latin America.


CA becomes the first software company to reach $1 billion in revenue.


CA sells 500,000 shares of stock in an Initial Public Offering valued at more than $3.2 million. The company will later be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.


With a handful of colleagues including Russ Artzt, Charles B. Wang founds New York–based Computer Associates International, Inc.