152.56 +0.06 (0.04%)
After hours: 6:12PM EST
|Bid||152.56 x 100|
|Ask||152.74 x 400|
|Day's range||152.03 - 153.80|
|52-week range||139.13 - 182.79|
|PE ratio (TTM)||12.72|
|Earnings date||17 Jan 2018 - 22 Jan 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||6.00 (3.90%)|
|1y target est||163.74|
This year may not have looked like much of a keeper, but Big Blue actually made some important strides to set the stage for long-term wins.
Blockchain technology has the potential to change the world and the race for blockchain ETFs is heating up. Tickers- MSFT, IBM, OSTK.
IBM - aka ‘Big Blue’ - together with Walmart, Nasdaq-listed Chinese retailer JD.com and Tsinghua University are to collaborate on a food safety alliance in China using the blockchain to achieve greater safety within the food supply chain and improve food tracking, traceability and transparency.
IBM is partnering with a group of corporations including Daimler AG, JPMorgan Chase and Samsung to attempt to build some of the first business applications on a quantum computer.
A major multinational Dow component is already testing Stellar's unique blockchain technology.
- IBM Q Network to explore practical applications of quantum computing for business and science with JPMorgan Chase, Daimler AG, Samsung, JSR Corporation, Barclays, Hitachi Metals, Honda, Nagase, Keio ...
Walmart , JD.com , IBM , and Tsinghua University National Engineering Laboratory for E-Commerce Technologies announced today they will work together in a Blockchain Food Safety Alliance that will kick off with a collaboration designed to enhance food tracking, traceability and safety in China, to achieve greater transparency across the food supply chain.
Blockchain, the technology behind Bitcoin, has wide applications beyond cryptocurrencies, and Baird analyst Colin Sebastian came up with 13 industries where it could have a major impact. In some areas, it could even threaten Amazon, the disrupter-in-chief. Banks have been talking about blockchain for years, but Sebastian expects tech companies will get more heavily involved, in part to defend against disruption and in part to capitalize on the opportunities.
IBM upgraded nearly every feature of new its POWER9-based Power System AC922 “Newell” cognitive computing platform from its POWER8-based Power System S822LC “Minsky” design.
As millennials begin to infiltrate the workplace, they are already shaping what it means to attain success.
Today, IBM announced its much anticipated POWER9 chip, its first POWER9-based server, and support from Google and Department of Energy CORAL.