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IBM sends shock waves through the tech industry by acquiring Red Hat

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Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Julia La Roche, Rick Newman, Scott Gamm, Brian Sozzi, Dan Howley, Ethan Wolff-Mann, Melody Hahm and Alanna Petroff discuss today’s top stories.

Today’s topics include:

  • IBM buying Red Hat in $34B deal

  • Nasdaq, S&P futures up more than 1%

  • Stock market is acting stupid right now

  • German auto stocks surge on hopes for better China sales

  • UK government unveiling tax and spending plans

  • Pittsburgh mourns 11 killed in Synagogue ambush

  • Former Apple CEO John Sculley disrupts health care

  • Boston Red Sox defeat LA Dodgers for 4th World Series title in 15 seasons

  • Pipe Bomb suspect due in court today

  • Jet crashes off Indonesia with 189 on board

  • Google hints at app subscription plans: Engadget

  • Bloomin‘ Brands delivers strong comps in Q3

  • HSBC boosts profit, cuts costs in Q3

  • Berkshire investing $600M in emerging markets financial firms

  • Feds accuse Mercedes of taking too long to send recall notices

  • Qualcomm alleging Apple owes $7B in royalty payments

IBM s’offre Red Hat, le numéro un des éditeurs de logiciels open-source, pour étoffer son catalogue de services dédiés au cloud.
IBM s’offre Red Hat, le numéro un des éditeurs de logiciels open-source, pour étoffer son catalogue de services dédiés au cloud.