Now I think the so-called Internet-of-Things (IoT) opportunity is a real potential driver of future profit growth for firms such as London-listed ARM Holdings (LSE: ARM) and IBM (NYSE: IBM.US). Yesterday's news from IBM gives me further reason to think ...
As many as 12 brokerage firms have rated International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) at 2.5. Research Analysts at Zacks have ranked the company at 4, suggesting the traders with a rating of sell for the short term.
International Business Machines Corp.'s stock declined 1.40%, to close the day at $144.43. The stock recorded a trading volume of 3.56 million shares, below its three months average volume of 4.21 million shares.
The good news for providers like IBM that have already committed to big data -- as evidenced by the company's $1 billion investment to fund a new division featuring its cognitive computing wonder Watson -- is that Gartner's research spanned multiple ...
International Business Machines Corp. logo Shares of International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) have earned a consensus rating of “Hold” from the twenty-six research firms that are presently covering the firm, MarketBeat Ratings reports.
Together with International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL), Johnson & Johnson said it plans to create a new app that will use health data to give patients a virtual coach.
Shares of International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) have lost nearly 25 percent year to date. James Schneider of Goldman Sachs initiated coverage of IBM with a Neutral rating and $160 price target.