165.94 -0.31 (-0.19%)
Pre-Market: 7:07AM EST
|Bid||165.90 x 100|
|Ask||166.00 x 100|
|Day's Range||162.51 - 166.26|
|52 Week Range||139.13 - 182.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.87|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||6.00 (3.69%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Glassdoor revealed its 50 Best Jobs in America for 2018, and unsurprisingly, tech jobs once again snagged the two highest spots, data scientist (No. 1) and devops engineer (No. 2).
Facebook Inc. appointed a former IBM executive to be head of its artificial intelligence group, bringing in an experienced manager to navigate the company’s broadening ambitions for how AI can shape its ...
Facebooktelligence research and development groups and has appointed a new leader of AI, Jérôme Pesenti.
It’s been a pretty rough ride from cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ethereum so far in 2018. After all, bitcoin prices may be at $11,250 — down massively from the near-$20,000 level they were approaching just a month ago — but that’s still up more than 10-fold from where they traded a year ago. Is it time to fold on crypto, or do we dig down and buy ethereum, ripple, bitcoin and others?
Could Microsoft Beat Amazon in the Cloud Space in 2018? Microsoft, a leader in the enterprise software space, is benefiting from the changing trend in the cloud space, which is strategically moving away from hardware to sophisticated software.
Not all unwelcome tidings can be dismissed as attempts to sow "fear, uncertainty and doubt," and shooting the messenger won't make the message untrue.
Could Microsoft Beat Amazon in the Cloud Space in 2018? Earlier in this series, we saw that Microsoft’s (MSFT) Azure, its cloud computing platform, could get a boost from the acquisition of Avere Systems. Hybrid cloud is preferred by customers since it lets them use their vast legacy IT (information technology) investments while making a transition to the cloud. Avere’s USP (unique selling point) is that it enables enterprises to deploy not only storage but also computing resources across remote offices, multiple data centers, public clouds, and private clouds.
For the first time in 23 quarters — that’s nearly six years — old-school tech giant International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) reported positive revenue growth. Because IBM stock had rallied nearly 13% from mid-November into the fourth-quarter earnings report on expectations that IBM would break its negative revenue growth streak. Upside in IBM stock is limited from these elevated levels.
International Business Machines Corp. will be challenged in the short term to stabilize its margins as it shifts to software and services and meet its somewhat disappointing outlook amid a higher tax rate ...
Investing.com - A growing number of the world's top companies are turning to blockchain technology to improve how business is conducted.The latest example is IBM (NYSE:IBM) and A.P. Moller Maersk, who are forming a joint venture to create a global trading platform for the shipping business,Maersk is already working with E&Y and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) on using blockchain for marine insurance. DeBeers just announced it will launch a blockchain platform to track the movement of diamonds.Six out of ten of the world's largest companies surveyed by Juniper Research said they are either deploying or considering the technology. IBM has teamed up with Walmart (NYSE:WMT), Unilever (LON:ULVR), Nestle and others to use blockchain to improve food safety in the retail giant's supply chain.Both Visa and MasterCard are experimenting with the technology as an alternative to swiping cards in making payments.And Microsoft is working with Israel's Bank Hapoalim on a bank guarantee program.Other companies are working directly with major cryptocurrency players such as Ripple and Ethereum to apply their blockchain technology.