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International Business Machines Corp (IBM.N)

IBM.N on New York Stock Exchange

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15 Nov 2018
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About

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) is a technology company. The Company operates through five segments: Cognitive Solutions, Global Business Services (GBS), Technology Services & Cloud Platforms, Systems and Global Financing. The Cognitive Solutions segment delivers a spectrum of capabilities, from descriptive,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.16
Market Cap(Mil.): $109,818.60
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 908.79
Dividend: 1.57
Yield (%): 5.20

Financials

  IBM.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 9.86 24.47 9.76
EPS (TTM): 12.25 -- --
ROI: 12.91 15.01 18.40
ROE: 57.27 16.79 19.80

Ex-Bosch engineers aim to strengthen self-driving car software

SAN FRANCISCO A company formed by two longtime self-driving car engineers is seeking to make the open-source software that powers many experimental self-driving cars safe and reliable enough to be used in commercially available vehicles.

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Ex-Bosch engineers aim to strengthen self-driving car software

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 15 A company formed by two longtime self-driving car engineers is seeking to make the open-source software that powers many experimental self-driving cars safe and reliable enough to be used in commercially available vehicles.

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IBM a top bridge loan borrower with Red Hat buy

NEW YORK (LPC) - IBM Corp’s $20 billion loan supporting the information technology company’s purchase of US software company Red Hat Inc is one of the largest ever bridge loans for a US investment grade company and banks are keen to lend after several quiet months for big mergers and acquisitions. 

Nov 01 2018

CORRECTED-BRIEF-Red Hat will be obligated to pay IBM a deal termination fee of $975 Mln

* RED HAT - IF DEAL TERMINATED UNDER SOME SPECIFIC CONDITIONS, CO SHALL BE OBLIGATED TO PAY TERMINATION FEE OF $975 MILLION - SEC FILING Source text: https://bit.ly/2SrvVK5 Further company coverage:

Oct 29 2018

Red Hat jumps, IBM shares dip on cloud mega-merger

IBM Corp's $34 billion deal to buy Red Hat Inc drove shares in the small but fast-growing software maker about 50 percent higher on Monday, reflecting the huge premium IBM is paying to ward off any potential challenger bids. | Video

Oct 29 2018

GLOBAL MARKETS-Tech recovery helps global stocks rebound after choppy week

NEW YORK, Oct 29 A recovery in technology stocks following IBM Corp's $34 billion deal to buy Red Hat Inc and Standard & Poor's decision to leave Italy's ratings level unchanged helped global stocks rebound on Monday after choppy sessions last week.

Oct 29 2018

UPDATE 2-Red Hat jumps, IBM shares dip on cloud mega-merger

* BREAKINGVIEWS-IBM overpays for relevance with $34 bln deal (Adds details on deal, updates share prices)

Oct 29 2018

Red Hat jumps, IBM shares dip on cloud mega-merger

Oct 29 IBM Corp's $34 billion deal to buy Red Hat Inc drove shares in the small but fast-growing software maker 50 percent higher on Monday, reflecting the huge premium IBM is paying to ward off any potential challenger bids.

Oct 29 2018

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

Oct 29 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1000 GMT on Monday: ** IBM Corp said on Sunday it had agreed to acquire U.S. software company Red Hat Inc for $34 billion, including debt, as it seeks to diversify its technology hardware and consulting business into higher-margin products and services. ** Australian adult education provider Navitas Ltd rebuffed a A$1.97 billion ($1.4 billion) approach from its founder and a private equity firm, leaving s

Oct 29 2018

PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - Oct 29

Oct 29 The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Oct 29 2018

Earnings vs. Estimates