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IBM Received Request From SEC Over Dealings With Iran, ZTE
International Business Machines Corp. received a request from the Securities and Exchange Commission to describe its interactions with Iran, following reports that ZTE Corp.
AT&T Shares Network With IBM to Lure More Customers to the Cloud
As competitors from Verizon Communications Inc. to Oracle Corp. and SAP AG expand their cloud offerings, AT&T and IBM concluded that working together would help them seize a greater portion of the market. The computer industry will reap $14 billion ...
IBM, AT&T Forge Network Deal For Cloud Services  International Business Times
IBM Board Increases Share Buyback Fund 75% to $11.7 Billion
International Business Machines Corp. increased its stock repurchase fund by 75 percent to $11.7 billion and said it plans to ask the board to authorize more in April as it seeks to improve shareholder returns.
IBM Keeps Spending Billions and Billions For Share Buybacks  24/7 Wall St.
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IBM Wins Protest of $543 Million Award to Hewlett-Packard
International Business Machines Corp. won a protest seeking to overturn the award of a $543 million federal contract for wireless tracking to Hewlett-Packard Co.
Hewlett-Packard Company (HPQ) Can't Turn Around Forever: BAML  ValueWalk
Hewlett-Packard: Bonds Offer Yield & Uncertainty  Seeking Alpha
IBM Revenue Falls Short With Weaker Euro, Hardware Sales
IBM said sales were hurt by the divestiture of the company's point-of-sale business to Toshiba Tec Corp., the Japanese maker of scanners and bar-code machines, during the quarter.
IBM revenue hurt by strong dollar, tight IT budgets  Reuters
DOW JONES, A NEWS CORP COMPANY  Wall Street Journal
PC heyday's a memory, but IBM looks ahead in Boca
When International Business Machines Corp. announced in 1967 that it was building a plant in Boca Raton, then-Chairman Thomas Watson Jr.
IBM Bolsters Security Software To Protect Against More Risks
International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM), the No. 2 computer company, has announced a new set of security software products for the corporate market to guard against cyberattacks as well as extend protection to the cloud.
Insider Trading, Finra's Trace, IBM Request: Compliance
International Business Machines Corp. received a request from the Securities and Exchange Commission to describe its interactions with Iran, following reports that ZTE Corp.