IBM Beats Estimates But Sales Drop Again
If the "strategic imperatives" IBM is betting on were really working, "the company's growth rate should be improving," one analyst says.
IBM Buys Resilient Systems in Cybersecurity Move
The company is piecing together a portfolio of services that will enable customers to protect against, defend and respond to cyber attacks.
IBM Adds Data With $2.6B Truven Health Deal
The acquisition brings IBM's investment in medical tech companies to $4 billion over the past year.
IBM Forms New Cloud Video Unit
The acquisition of video streaming provider Ustream adds a fourth piece to IBM's planned enterprise video offering.
IBM’s Q4 Results Don’t Ease Investor Doubts
The stock falls 5% despite stronger-than-expected growth in cloud computing and other businesses IBM hopes will fuel a turnaround.
Cyber Monday Heading for Record $3B in Sales
The traditional splurge in online shopping follows a historic jump in online sales over the holiday weekend.
Boeing Settles 401(k) Class Action for $57M
Boeing denied the allegations but has made a number of changes to its plan, including replacing mutual funds with lower-cost investment options.
IBM Bets on Data Analytics With Weather Co. Deal
The acquisition of the digital assets of the Weather Channel's parent company gives IBM's Watson division access to a vast "big data" platform.
SEC Probing IBM Over Revenue Recognition
The investigation concerns the accounting treatment of certain transactions in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the United States.
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Third Quarter Brings Little Relief for IBM Shareholders
The company's shift from its legacy businesses to cloud computing continues to be painful as sales drop a greater-than-expected 14%.