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International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)

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Twitter appoints Rinki Sethi as new information security head - Times of India

International Business News: Twitter Inc appointed Rinki Sethi, a former information security executive at IBM, as its chief information security officer, the social media company

The India Times | September 28, 2020

IBM: There Is Still Room For Equity Appreciation

Introduction IBM Corp. (IBM) has been undertaking a strategic business transformation for a few years now, aimed at teaching new tricks to this old dog. Since 2012, it has invested over $120 billion in its transformative efforts and over $45 billion in R&D for cloud, AI, blockchain and quantum computing....

Vincenzo Furcillo on Seeking Alpha | September 16, 2020

IBM: Why My Eye Is Fixed On Big Blue

Ten years ago, shares of International Business Machines (IBM) traded for $123.13. As I write these words, the stock trades for $123.01, the very definition of dead money. The company's once formidable moat narrowed as the firm's legacy businesses declined. Consequently, this titanic tech firm trades for a pedestrian P/E...

Chuck Walston on Seeking Alpha | September 4, 2020

IBM Deep Dive: Strategy Shift Driving Growth; Attractive Share Price And Dividend Yield

Image: Reuters, Simplivest Graphics Investment Thesis In his July 2020 Investment Outlook, Bill Gross recommended IBM as a stock that he likes. Bill Gross is often referred to as the “Bond King” and was a co-founder of PIMCO. He left the firm in a nasty public battle but remains –...

Simplivest on Seeking Alpha | September 1, 2020

IBM Is An Attractive Income Vehicle With A 5%+ Yield

IBM's (IBM) share price has been struggling for many years. It falls under the "old tech guard", massively underperforming the "FANG" stocks, namely: Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Alphabet (GOOG). However, the tech rally extends to many other companies as well including Microsoft (MSFT) and Salesforce (CRM). IBM...

Marel. on Seeking Alpha | August 27, 2020

Why Apple’s Stock Split Won’t Help the Dow

The iPhone maker’s weighting in the market benchmark will drop when the split goes through in late August.

Yahoo | July 31, 2020

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Yahoo | July 30, 2020

IBM Is Turning Around

The stock could be a value buy amid the positive change in strategy Continue reading...

Yahoo | July 30, 2020

IBM and Influential Launch AI-enabled Social Targeting Solution To Help Brands Identify Suitable Influencers

IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced the launch of Watson Advertising Social Targeting with Influential, a new solution that harnesses artificial intelligence (AI) to help brands identify influencers that best align with their brand values. The new solution within the Watson Advertising suite of targeting products marks an expanded collaboration with Influential, a leader in advanced social media technology. As brands shift advertising tactics in an increasingly fluid landscape, the social targeting tool can help brands communicate with an audience.

Yahoo | July 30, 2020

IBM partners with Japanese business, academia in quantum computing

U.S. tech firm International Business Machines Corp on Thursday launched a research partnership with Japanese industry to accelerate advances in quantum computing, deepening ties between the two countries in an emerging and sensitive field. Members of the new group, which includes Toshiba Corp and Hitachi Ltd, will gain cloud-based access to IBM's U.S. quantum computers. The group will also have access to a quantum computer, known as IBM Q System One, which IBM expects to set up in Japan in the first half of next year.

Yahoo | July 30, 2020



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