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IBM to Buy Social-Business Company Kenexa for About $1.3 Billion
International Business Machines Corp. agreed to buy Kenexa Corp. for about $1.3 billion in cash, adding social-networking services that help companies handle human resources and recruiting.
IBM's Acquisition Of Kenexa Is Just Another Option On Future Growth ...  Seeking Alpha
IBM Buys Social HR And Talent Management Software Company Kenexa For $1.3B ...  TechCrunch
RIM Said to Draw Interest From IBM on Enterprise Services
Research In Motion Ltd.'s enterprise-services unit, seen as the company's most valuable asset, has attracted interest from International Business Machines Corp., two people familiar with the situation said. IBM made an informal approach about possibly ...
Research in Motion Draws IBM's Gaze Over Enterprise Services Unit  TruTower
BlackBerry makers looks to sell Newbay, other assets  NDTV
Google Takes Over #5 Spot From IBM
In the latest look at the underlying components of the S&P 500 ordered by largest market capitalization, Google Inc (NASD: GOOG) has taken over the #5 spot from International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM), according to The Online Investor.
IBM to roll out new mainframes despite shrinking market
Its chief competitors are high-end servers from Hewlett-Packard Co and Oracle Corp. IBM said it spent more than $1 billion developing the updated machines, focusing on efforts to boost their computing performance, capacity and features.
IBM Bets $1 Billion on New Mainframe in Shrinking Market  Bloomberg
IBM Debuts Most Powerful Cloud Server For Enterprises  International Business Times
IBM Creating Pocket-Sized Watson in $16 Billion Sales Push: Tech
International Business Machines Corp. researchers spent four years developing Watson, the computer smart enough to beat the champions of the quiz show “Jeopardy!
SAP's Chen Challenges Oracle, IBM With Database Advances
SAP AG, chasing Oracle Corp. and International Business Machines Corp. in the $26.7 billion database market, is betting on new product features to gain ground, said the man who helped build the company's arsenal.
Apple Largest Cap of all Time? Hardly and Neither is IBM
An initial report by Ryan Chittum Columbia Journalism Review notes , after taking in inflation, it would be International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) listed as the historic winner, with a 1967 value of $1.3 trillion. Apple's $661 billion market ...
The Mean Economy: IBM workers suffer culture change as jobs go global
The creative destruction unleashed by successive generations of technology seems to pick up speed each year and has led to constant churn in the tech industry itself.
Latest Picks From Warren Buffett: NOV, WFC, IBM, DVA, BK
This is the latest portfolio of Berkshire Hathaway. Berkshire portfolio shows two new positions Phillips 66 (PSX) and National-Oilwell Varco, Inc (NOV).
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Drops Intel, Bets On Oil  International Business Times
Buffett's Berkshire cuts stakes in J&J, Kraft, P&G  MarketWatch
Apple Is Not The Most Valuable Company In The History Of The World
With inflation in account, IBM remains the historic winner with a 1967 value of $1.3 trillion. The Columbia ... Correction: The CJR's IBM information is incorrect. Its 1967 ... In that year of systems and mainframes, IBM had a market capitalization of ...