International Business Machine...

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Closing price June 21, 2021
24/7 Wall St. takes a look at famed market personality Jim Cramer’s latest buy and sell recommendations and overall analysis.
Investors can almost count on the taper tantrum selling when the Federal Reserve begins to slow the quantitative easing this year, and these five top Dow Jones industrials will be good stocks to be...
After seemingly endless quarters of falling revenue, IBM gave investors a moment of joy with revenue that moved slightly higher in the most recent period.
Five companies with valuations exceeding $100 billion are set to report quarterly results in the next two days. Here's what to expect.
The five stocks that the top hedge funds are shorting the most are some of the top companies in their respective sectors. They look like great ideas for aggressive growth traders, especially if they...
IBM's lead director is the only one who can swing the company back in the right direction. If he sticks with current management, it will continue to be America's most troubled large tech company.
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna has proved he is no more competent to turn around what was once America's most prominent tech company than his disaster-prone predecessor.
IBM has fallen from a position that once made it the envy of the tech world, which was a very, very long time ago.
Two Dow components are set to report quarterly and annual results after markets close Thursday. One of the country's largest railroads also will announce results late Thursday.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of what to expect from Intel's and IBM’s earnings reports on Thursday.
The 2021 Dogs of the Dow are now known, and investors who may want to follow this investing strategy have got some thinking to do.
One popular investment strategy, known as the Dogs of the Dow, has performed better than last year. What's ahead for the dogs in 2021?
24/7 Wall St. looks at large public companies to find those that did particularly poorly in the past year due more to strategic decisions than the pandemic.
IBM has revealed plans to cut around 10,000 jobs in its European operations. The cuts are expected to fall heavily on the services business that Big Blue plans to spin off next year.
IBM on Wednesday announced the acquisition of Instana, a Chicago-based firm that provides performance management software for hybrid cloud applications. It's IBM's second acquisition of the week.