Wired Magazine reported in 2007 that an editor using a Diebold IP address had removed negative information from the Diebold Wikipedia page, with the information later moved to a more appropriate location . [39] Diebold was increasingly focusing on technology related to mobile banking as of 2008, [40] incorporating mobile banking into many of its products. That year Diebold was selected to be the sole ATM provider at certain Beijing Olympics venues. [7] In March 2008, United Technologies Corporation (UTC), a large engineering and defense conglomerate, announced it had made a $ billion bid to buy Diebold, which was later rejected as too low. [5] In October 2008, UTC announced it was breaking off acquisition talks after Diebold rejected the offer. [41] The company had 17,000 workers worldwide by April 2009. [14] In 2009 Bank Technology News ranked Diebold as No. 1 on its FINTECH 100 list of ATM providers. [7]