|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||154.07 - 155.85|
|52-week range||139.13 - 182.55|
|PE ratio (TTM)||25.35|
|Earnings date||16 Apr 2018 - 20 Apr 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||6.00 (3.92%)|
|1y target est||170.75|
To the Editor: Your cover story, “General Electric’s Dim Prospects” (Feb. 17), was interesting and provided a good summary of the status quo. The investing case isn’t overly bullish or bearish, and there seem to be better opportunities, even in some of General Electric’s [ticker: GE] industrial competitors mentioned. The shedding of its specialty-chemical businesses (plastics and silicones) in favor of financial services, for example, was a dismal miscalculation.
Innovators from top institutions and tech titans are in a race to develop green blockchain innovations to address demand by businesses.
Berkshire Hathaway raising its Apple (AAPL) stake, Cisco (CSCO) Earnings, Amazon (AMZN) becoming 3rd largest U.S. company, Google Stories and WhatsApp payments in India were the top stories last week.
International Business Machines Corp. is moving toward settling non-competition claims against its former chief diversity officer and allowing her to take on a temporarily limited role at rival Microsoft ...
CA Technologies (CA) is enhancing shareholder wealth through share buybacks. In fiscal 3Q18, it bought back $53 million worth of shares compared to no shares repurchased in fiscal 3Q17. The company bolstered shareholder wealth through $100 million worth of share buybacks in fiscal 2017, which is low compared to previous years.
Back in December, IBM announced the first phase of its POWER9 products—its first POWER9 chip and its first POWER9-based server. Now IBM has officially launched the second phase of its POWER9 server products. I am going to delve further into the new announcements.
CA Technologies (CA) aims to build its Modern Software Factory on the back of its strong, innovative product portfolio. It may help the company gain strong market traction. The basic concept of the Modern Software Factory is to be agile and ready for changing environmental and customer demand.
Berkshire Hathaway has sold off the vast majority of its stake in IBM, and in hindsight, it's fairly clear which assumptions and errors led Buffett astray on this investment.