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IBM Shares Stay Mostly Flat As Q1 2015 Earnings Again Beat Estimates But ...
An IBM engineer tests new SyNAPSE chips in California. (Credit: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images). IBM IBM missed on revenue for its eighth of nine quarters in a row on Mon.
IBM sales dip 12 percent despite lift from new mainframe  PCWorld
IBM shares inch up in after-hours, in spite of 12% dip in 1Q revenue  Nasdaq
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Dollar supported as Greek debt woes weigh on euro
TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar held gains against its peers on Tuesday, drawing support as the euro slid overnight on increasing worries that Greece could default on its debt and eventually exit the single currency.
Global Markets: Stocks steady after China stimulus, euro hurt by Greek woes  GMA News
How to Break the 'Mutually Assured Misperception' Between the U.S ...  Huffington Post
Wall Street Rallies on China Stimulus Ahead of Tech Earnings
Wall Street rose on Monday, reversing much of the previous session's sharp decline, as China's steps to stimulate its slowing economy and cautious optimism about U.S.
Apple, IBM lead tech gain before earnings as US stocks rebound  Chicago Tribune
US stocks rebound on Monday as Chinese, Greek news fuels rally
Shopping Frenzy Over Lily Pulitzer
Lines around the block and mega sell-out as customers waiting for hours at Target to buy the designer's goods. 1:27 | 04/20/15.
While left-out Lilly Pulitzer fans are still fuming, analysts say it's ...  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Running out: Limited-time deals can be limiting
CompaniesKaisa's dollar bonds fall following default
Kaisa's US dollar bonds slipped 2 percentage points to around 56 cents on the dollar on Tuesday morning after the developer confirmed it had missed two interest payments, putting it officially in default.
Kaisa defaults on interest payments on its offshore debt  Perth Now
Kaisa defaults on offshore bond interest payments  China Economic Review
In Purchase, Raytheon Gets Defense-Grade Cybersecurity
Raytheon is buying the cybersecurity company Websense from the private equity firm Vista Equity Partners in a deal valued at $1.9 billion, a move aimed at making defense-grade cyberprotection available to businesses.
Raytheon broadens cybersecurity products with $1.9 billion deal  Boston Globe (subscription)
Missile-maker Raytheon Buys Websense for $1.9 Billion  eWeek
Water pricing to spur conservation ruled unconstitutional
LOS ANGELES (AP) - An Orange County appeals court ruled Monday that San Juan Capistrano's tiered water rates are unconstitutional, potentially dealing a blow to agencies statewide that have used the pricing structure to encourage people to save water.
California drought: Court rejects higher rates for big users  SFGate
California Court Rules Water Pricing Plan Violates Law  New York Times
Brussels to charge Russia's Gazprom with market abuse
The decision to send a formal statement of objections is a gamble for the European Commission. AFP. by Christian Oliver and Alex Barker.
5 Things to Know About the EU's Case Against Gazprom  Wall Street Journal (blog)
EU competition regulator set to accuse Gazprom  The Times (subscription)
Oil prices ease as US stockpiles seen rising
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices eased on Tuesday on expectations of another rise in U.S. stockpiles and as Saudi Arabia keeps output near record highs, but prices remained near a 2015-peak reached last week.
NYMEX crude dips slightly in early Asia with API data ahead, Yemen eyed  Nasdaq
Oil falls on strong dollar and Saudi output  Irish Independent
Morgan Stanley's Results Improve on Stronger Trading, Deals Environment
Morgan Stanley MS 0.57 % joined many of its largest peers in posting higher first-quarter profits as the Wall Street firm benefited from busy markets and a flurry of corporate mergers.
IBM tops 1Q profit forecasts  Sacramento Bee
Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley Find Different Paths to Profits  Nasdaq