IBM - International Business Machines Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
144.07
-0.60 (-0.41%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

144.07 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:59PM EDT

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Previous Close144.67
Open144.39
Bid144.01 x 1000
Ask144.39 x 900
Day's Range142.95 - 144.48
52 Week Range139.13 - 171.13
Volume3,398,444
Avg. Volume4,720,146
Market Cap132.252B
Beta1.05
PE Ratio (TTM)23.48
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield6.28 (4.32%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-09
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Accenture, IBM Push Blockchain, But Mainstream Usage Five Years Away
    Investor's Business Daily2 hours ago

    Accenture, IBM Push Blockchain, But Mainstream Usage Five Years Away

    Mainstream corporate usage of blockchain, the software technology behind Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, is at least five years away, predicts a Cowen & Co. report, which says that IT services providers and cloud computing companies will aim to speed adoption.

  • IBM Declares 1,800 AI, Blockchain, IoT Based Jobs in France
    Zacks7 hours ago

    IBM Declares 1,800 AI, Blockchain, IoT Based Jobs in France

    IBM (IBM) will create 1800 AI, IoT, blockchain based jobs over two years in France. The company also plans to launch IBM France Academy.

  • IBM commits $30M for tech to aid natural disaster relief
    American City Business Journals9 hours ago

    IBM commits $30M for tech to aid natural disaster relief

    CEO Ginni Rometty has committed IBM technology and $30 million over five years to the Call for Code Global Initiative, an effort to bring startup, academic and enterprise developers together to find better ways to prevent, respond to and recover from natural disasters. For example, developers might create an app that helps communities coordinate emergency response based on the predicted severity of a disaster, or use weather data and supply chain information to alert retailers they should increase their inventory of emergency items.

  • CNBC13 hours ago

    French president lauds Europe as the 'most attractive place' for tech giants

    Macron is currently spearheading efforts for Europe to adopt tougher regulations on digital companies. French President Emmanuel Macron said Europe must avoid making the same mistakes as the United States and China if the region is to successfully tackle some of the world's biggest tech giants.

  • Forbes16 hours ago

    What Is GDPR, Which Companies Are Talking About It And Why?

    You’ve probably been hearing a lot about the GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, over the past few months. If you haven’t, it's very likely you have at least been receiving a few emails about privacy policy updates from the software products that you use. If you’ve been researching GDPR, you may have even noticed that the official GDPR site has been so overloaded with visits that it has slowed and sometimes even become unreachable.

  • Macron tells global tech CEOs: 'There is no free lunch'
    Reutersyesterday

    Macron tells global tech CEOs: 'There is no free lunch'

    French President Emmanuel Macron told executives from the world's biggest technology firms that he believed in innovation but that he wanted tougher regulations and for them to contribute more to society. The French leader paints himself as a champion of France's plugged-in youth and wants to transform France into a "startup nation" that draws higher investments into technology and artificial intelligence. In a sign of the former investment banker's pulling power, Macron's guestlist at his "Tech for Good" summit included Facebook Inc (FB.O) Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, IBM's (IBM.N) Virginia Rometty, Intel Corp's (INTC.O) Brian Krzanich and Microsoft Corp's (MSFT.O) Satya Nadella.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Macron tells global tech CEOs: 'There is no free lunch'

    French President Emmanuel Macron told executives from the world's biggest technology firms that he believed in innovation but that he wanted tougher regulations and for them to contribute more to society. The French leader paints himself as a champion of France's plugged-in youth and wants to transform France into a "startup nation" that draws higher investments into technology and artificial intelligence. In a sign of the former investment banker's pulling power, Macron's guestlist at his "Tech for Good" summit included Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, IBM's Virginia Rometty, Intel Corp's Brian Krzanich and Microsoft Corp's Satya Nadella.

  • Reutersyesterday

    'There is no free lunch', Macron tells tech giant CEOs

    President Emmanuel Macron told executives from the world's biggest technology firms on Wednesday that he wanted innovation to be a driving force for the French economy, but also that they needed to contribute more to society. The French leader paints himself as a champion of France's plugged-in youth and wants to transform France into a "startup nation" that draws higher investments into technology and artificial intelligence. Macron's guest-list included Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, IBM's Virginia Rometty, Intel Corp's Brian Krzanich, Microsoft Corp's Satya Nadella and a raft of other big hitters in the corporate world.

  • IBM announces new hiring in France as CEOs meet Macron
    Reutersyesterday

    IBM announces new hiring in France as CEOs meet Macron

    IBM (IBM.N) announced new recruitment in France before a meeting between President Emmanuel Macron and the bosses of IBM and Microsoft (MSFT.O). IBM will hire about 1,400 people in France over the next two years in the fields of blockchain, cloud computing and internet of things, the company said on Wednesday. Microsoft's (MSFT.O) boss Satya Nadella and his counterpart at IBM, Ginni Rometty, are each scheduled to have one-on-one meetings with Macron later on Wednesday, before so-called "Tech for Good" workshops with them and heads of other tech companies Uber and Facebook (FB.O).

  • Reutersyesterday

    IBM announces new hiring in France as CEOs meet Macron

    IBM (IBM.N) announced new recruitment in France before a meeting between President Emmanuel Macron and the bosses of IBM and Microsoft (MSFT.O). IBM will hire about 1,400 people in France over the next two years in the fields of blockchain, cloud computing and internet of things, the company said on Wednesday. Microsoft's (MSFT.O) boss Satya Nadella and his counterpart at IBM, Ginni Rometty, are each scheduled to have one-on-one meetings with Macron later on Wednesday, before so-called "Tech for Good" workshops with them and heads of other tech companies Uber and Facebook (FB.O).

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    IBM to add 1,800 new jobs in France in next two years

    International Business Machines Corp. said Wednesday it is planning to create 1,800 jobs in France in the next two years in areas including AI, blockchain, cloud computing and the Internet of Things. At ...

  • Verizon’s Big Uptake of Amazon Cloud Signals Cost Focus
    Market Realistyesterday

    Verizon’s Big Uptake of Amazon Cloud Signals Cost Focus

    Verizon (VZ) is significantly increasing its use of Amazon’s (AMZN) cloud, with plans to migrate more than 1,000 business-critical applications to Amazon Web Services (or AWS), according to a recent statement by Amazon. Verizon has been an Amazon cloud customer since 2015, but now it joins other large companies, including Comcast (CMCSA), that have chosen AWS as their preferred cloud provider.

  • Forbes2 days ago

    IBM Will Marry Its New Verifier To The Blockchain, Transforming Diamonds, Olive Oil And Insurance

    IBM's crypto anchor verifier shown performing multiple test on objects ranging from olive oil to paper. If eyes really are windows to the soul, IBM’s latest product could lead to blockchain enlightenment. Perhaps even more remarkable, the verifier is designed to do all this by downloading software developed by IBM to any smartphone. A custom lens placed over the phone’s camera turns the device into a scanner with the potential to extract immense value from every layer of a supply chain.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] IBM gives jobs boost to Emmanuel Macron’s pitch to tech groups

    IBM said on Wednesday that it will create 1,800 jobs in France, providing a boost to President Emmanuel Macron’s efforts to make the country into a global hub for leading technologies such as artificial ...

  • Stocks Warren Buffett Is Selling
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Stocks Warren Buffett Is Selling

    These stocks are in Warren Buffett's crosshairs. Should you be worried?

  • Forbes2 days ago

    IBM Storage Makes Its Voice Heard

    IBM Corporation has been ubiquitous in the data center for so long that it is easy to take it for granted. This is especially true of IBM Storage, who has struggled in the past with both execution and portfolio agility. Two years ago, IBM brought fresh leadership in to run its storage unit.

  • 3 High-Yield Tech Stocks
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    3 High-Yield Tech Stocks

    These three tech giants are also firmly committed to shareholder-friendly dividend policies.

  • From risk to reward: How corporate America can rescue the country
    CNBC2 days ago

    From risk to reward: How corporate America can rescue the country

    When you substitute facts for anger you come away with a new understanding about the role corporations have played and could play in addressing society's challenges.

  • 3 Dividend Stocks That Pay You More Than IBM Does
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    3 Dividend Stocks That Pay You More Than IBM Does

    While IBM offers an impressive yield, you can get a better payout from a retail landlord, a natural gas transporter, and a shoe retailer.

  • More than Half of Analysts Call NetApp a ‘Buy’
    Market Realist2 days ago

    More than Half of Analysts Call NetApp a ‘Buy’

    NetApp (NTAP) stock has returned 73% in the last 12 months, 0.5% in the last month, and -2.7% in the last five days. NetApp stock rose 36% in 2016 and 60% in 2017. Since the start of 2018, it’s risen almost 26%. 

  • A Look at NetApp’s Capital Allocation and Shareholder Returns
    Market Realist2 days ago

    A Look at NetApp’s Capital Allocation and Shareholder Returns

    NetApp (NTAP) has a dividend yield of 1.1% and pays a quarterly dividend of $0.20 per share, leading to an annualized payout of $0.80 per share. NetApp’s dividend payout ratio is 27.4%, and the company has increased its dividend for the last four consecutive years.

  • Buffett's 3 Most Important Stock Sales in 2018
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Buffett's 3 Most Important Stock Sales in 2018

    Find out where the Oracle of Omaha pared Berkshire's portfolio -- and why.

  • IBM CEO: Our blockchain runs on our public cloud
    CNBC Videos11 hours ago

    IBM CEO: Our blockchain runs on our public cloud

    Ginni Rometty, IBM chairman and CEO, talks about the future of blockchain and growth potential for Big Blue.

  • IBM CEO: We have to have trust in technology
    CNBC Videos11 hours ago

    IBM CEO: We have to have trust in technology

    Ginni Rometty, IBM chairman and CEO, talks about privacy concerns, social justice and artificial intelligence from the VivaTech Conference in France.

  • Medicine of the future:  Using AI to diagnose and treat patients
    Yahoo Finance Video3 days ago

    Medicine of the future: Using AI to diagnose and treat patients

    Healthcare is embarking on a new frontier as researchers learn to implement AI into hospitals. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, Julia LaRoche and Dan Howley discuss.