|Bid||154.70 x 100|
|Ask||155.85 x 100|
|Day's Range||153.59 - 155.03|
|52 Week Range||139.13 - 182.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||12.91|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||6.00 (3.89%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Alan Valdes, director of floor operations at Silverbear Capital, joins Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss.
By 2007, there was consensus that military veterans returning from deployments in Iraq needed help transitioning to civilian life and jobs. Houston established a Returning Veterans Initiative to help in that effort, and by every measure, it's been a success: The city's abundant jobs, housing, health and recreational opportunities have helped Houston become the hometown for 300,000 vets, giving it the country's second-largest population.
Whenever you bring up the subject of International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM), you’re liable to receive groans and blank stares. Blank stares, of course, come from the Millennials and younger, who may not have heard of IBM, and therefore, are unlikely to invest in IBM stock.
Qualcomm is taking aim at Intel in the notebook and server markets, while Big Blue has rolled out an innovative new server platform.
In the early aughts, author William Gibson wrote that the future was here, just not evenly distributed. But while the US, Canada, China, and other world powers disproportionately enjoy the benefits of technological advancements, a shift is starting to occur. Researchers in the developing world, like Africa and the Middle East, are beginning to use…
IBM upgraded nearly every feature of new its POWER9-based Power System AC922 “Newell” cognitive computing platform from its POWER8-based Power System S822LC “Minsky” design.
A few weeks ago, in mid-November, Square Inc (NYSE:SQ) announced that its Cash App would launch a new bitcoin pilot. The app is mainly used to send money from one person to another. However, in the pilot program it would allow select users to buy and sell bitcoin. This added fuel to the fire, helping to drive SQ stock price toward $50.
Niles suggested that IBM stock is finally a buy, in part, because the company’s new z14 mainframe computer with pervasive encryption could be the mainframe dreams are made of. “At the heart of this death is IBM’s mainframe business, a virtual monopoly since the 1950s and the object of antitrust objections since 1956,” Blankenhorn remarked.
As millennials begin to infiltrate the workplace, they are already shaping what it means to attain success.
H&R Block is gearing up for its first tax season under CEO Jeff Jones, and it includes huge new partnerships with Amazon and Wal-Mart. The Kansas City-based tax preparer (HRB) secured better product placement at Amazon, which now will promote the company's full range of tax products and services. Also, H&R Block has a deal to be the exclusive tax software brand sold at Wal-Mart this year.
International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) is in all the growing markets, but IBM stock still languishes. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is up almost 40% from lows, as investors enjoy the company’s growth in cloud software. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), which just refreshed its line of iPhones, is at yearly highs and may move higher.
Barrick Gold, the world's biggest gold miner, is staking new ground in a dogged push to overhaul its operations, seeking scarce artificial intelligence experts to oversee projects using technology for everything from exploration to robot-run mining.
Just for the record, bitcoin and the underlying blockchain — or computer code — technology it uses are two different things. With the underlying idea of blockchain is a digital representation for currency though, some big technology players are now wondering how they can use the same blockchain idea to facilitate financial transactions with actual, government-issued currency. International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) is one of them.
VMware Inc. CEO Pat Gelsinger is touting partnerships with Amazon.com Inc., IBM Corp. and Dell Technologies Inc. as he grows the cloud computing firm. When Gelsinger took the helm at VMware in 2012, cloud storage was threatening the company’s core product — data center virtualization. As a solution, Gelsinger decided VMware would help companies run their data center infrastructure together with the data and applications they may have put in the cloud.
IBM Corp. and Bob Evans are among nine Central Ohio employers who had to cancel or revise state tax credits, grants or loans because they didn't create the number of jobs promised or otherwise failed to live up to terms of the deals, according to the latest annual compliance report from the Ohio Attorney General's office. Statewide, companies failed to meet terms of 59 out of 272 incentive packages in 2016, meaning 78 percent were substantially compliant with economic development goals, according to the report, which the office is required by law to compile from Ohio Development Services Agency data and submit to the General Assembly. Bob Evans Farms Inc., which was broken up and sold this year, was forced to back out of three awards connected to its 2011 headquarters move to New Albany from Columbus.
Today, IBM announced its much anticipated POWER9 chip, its first POWER9-based server, and support from Google and Department of Energy CORAL.
In a world that requires increasing amounts of compute power to handle the resource-intensive demands of workloads like artificial intelligence and machine learning, IBM enters the fray with its latest generation Power chip, the Power9. Meanwhile, it's releasing a new computer powered by the Power9 chip, the AC922 and it intends to offer the chips in a service on the IBM cloud. "We generally take our technology to market as a complete solution," Brad McCredie, IBM fellow and vice president of cognitive systems explained.