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Fresh off her big earnings beat, Rometty has planted a flag and declared that IBM will be the winner in the next big thing in tech: hybrid computing.
IBM beat on both the top and bottom lines and posted its first annual revenue growth since 2011, sending shares up more than 7%.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty said companies have to change the way they hire, or the skills gap will become a crisis
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty said the most pressing challenge of the "Fourth Industrial Revolution" is preparing non-college graduates to get good jobs.
IBM soars as high as 7% after blowing away Wall Street expectations and showing annual revenue growth for the first time since 2011
IBM reported earnings this afternoon after the bell. Here's what it reported.
IBM unveils the world’s first quantum computer that businesses can actually use to solve previously impossible problems
At CES 2019, IBM announced the world's first quantum computing system that businesses can use. Before, quantum computers could be found only in research labs.
There’s a race for a $10 billion Pentagon cloud contract underway. Here’s how the government shutdown could affect it
Cloud giants like AWS and Azure are bidding for a $10 billion contract with the Pentagon. Here's how the government shutdown could affect it
Someone is spreading an Amazon smear campaign as cloud giants compete for a $10 billion defense cloud contract
A dossier says that Amazon unfairly has an edge in the bid for a $10 billion Pentagon contract, but there's no evidence on who's behind the campaign.
In buying Red Hat, IBM will have assembled a cloud that includes physical servers, its own operating system and applications like human resources software.
IBM announced on Sunday it would acquire the software company Red Hat for $190 per share, at a total around $34 billion. Here's how much money Red Hat's top shareholders and executives could make on the deal.
Banks could reap as much as $115 million for orchestrating the IBM-Red Hat deal — the largest software acquisition in history
IBM's $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat is the largest software deal in history. The bankers who helped orchestrate the acquisition are set to make as much as $115 million in fees.