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Cloud numbers for Microsoft and Google are a little too... cloudy.
Either way, the status quo may not be able to be maintained.
If you've been 'long and wrong,' now's not the time to throw in the towel.
The IBM (NYSE:IBM) board of directors today declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $1.
These disparate names seem to fit quite well with the investment approach of the Oracle of Omaha.
Alphabet's cloud unit will be hard pressed to match the torrid second-quarter growth of Microsoft Azure.
IBM shareholders are getting impatient with the company as it recently hit a 52 week low.
Invention builds on IBM's leadership in the protection of data encryption keys
Wide portfolio of storage solutions addresses clients of all sizes, industries
Elastic Storage Server with Spectrum Scale delivers 60 percent improvement in data throughput and over 55 percent reduction in storage capacity required for Hadoop and Spark workloads
The stock's slide -- in keeping with a historical pattern -- may not be over.
Before the FANG stocks, there was the Power Five.
FedEx joined snack-maker Mondelez among firms warning that the late-June hacks will affect their numbers.
IBM Security Testing Group Expands with Notable Industry Hires and New Investments in Tools
IBM will support SEA in its transformation strategy by creating the path to a new, security-rich and resilient IT infrastructure integrated with the IBM Cloud
There are five over-tenured directors and four directors with whom CEO Ginni Rometty works with outside of the company, according to BoardEx.
But former Apple creative director Hugh Dubberly says he wouldn't count the tech giant out.
Wall Street records and a bunch of earnings. Here's what you need to know.
Pioneering research in "computational psychiatry" uses AI to explore disease prediction and assessment
IBM Citizenship awards Busan, Korea; Palermo, Italy; San Isidro, Argentina; San Jose, USA; and Yamagata City, Japan with pro bono consulting engagements
Neighborhood Air Quality Data Will Become Accessible via Weather Underground Website
Automation and artificial intelligence are growing by leaps and bounds, and that means computers could have your job.
LinkedIn could drive tremendous momentum.
Microsoft's cloud offerings are starting to catch up with Amazon and other competitors in the space.