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April 12, 2012
05:29 EDTIBM, PCG, HMCIBM, Honda, and PG&E enable smarter charging for electric vehicles
IBM (IBM) announced that it has teamed with American Honda Motor Co. (HMC) and Pacific Gas and Electric Co., or PG&E, (PCG) on a new pilot project that will allow communication between electric vehicles, or EVs, and the power grid. This project will demonstrate and test an electric vehicle's ability to receive and respond to charge instructions based on the grid condition and the vehicle's battery state. With visibility into charging patterns, energy providers will have the ability to more effectively manage charging during peak hours and create consumer-friendly programs to encourage electric vehicle adoption.
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July 17, 2014
16:13 EDTIBMIBM reports Q2 revenue from Systems and Technology segment totaled $3.3B
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16:12 EDTIBMIBM reports Q2 revenue from Software Segment $6.5B, up 1%
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16:12 EDTIBMIBM reports Q2 Global Services segment revenue down 1% to $13.9B
Global Technology Services segment revenues decreased 1% to $9.4B. Adjusting for the impact of the divested customer care outsourcing business, revenues were up 2%. Global Business Services segment revenues were down 2% to $4.5B.
16:09 EDTIBMIBM reports Q2 services backlog $136B, down 1%
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16:09 EDTIBMIBM continues to see FY14 adjusted EPS at least $18.00, consensus $17.87
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16:08 EDTIBMIBM reports Q2 adjusted EPS $4.32, consensus $4.29
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15:26 EDTIBMNotable companies reporting after market close
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15:05 EDTIBMEarnings Preview: IBM reports after Apple deal, dividend hike
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13:58 EDTIBMIBM July 195 straddle priced for 3.3% move into Q2
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12:07 EDTIBMIBM technical comments ahead of earnings
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07:38 EDTIBMPratt & Whitney announce partnership with IBM
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07:27 EDTIBMFCC to hold a meeting
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July 16, 2014
16:24 EDTIBMOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street started the trading day higher, thanks in part to solid earnings reports from some of the nationís largest companies as well as a proposed mega-merger in the entertainment industry. Investors preparing for the next round of earnings after the close, which includes reports from eBay (EBAY), Yum! Brands (YUM), and Las Vegas Sands (LVS), did so with the Dow at a new all-time high. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the Producer Price Index for June rose 0.4%, which was ahead of expectations for a 0.2% increase. Industrial production grew 0.2% in June, missing the forecast for 0.3% growth. The NAHB homebuilder confidence index rose to 53 in July, ahead of expectations for it to tick up 1 point to 50. Economic activity expanded in all regions of the country at a moderate to modest pace in recent weeks, the Fed reported today in its Beige Book. Consumer spending rose in every region, as retail sales grew modestly in most areas and vehicle sales were stronger than sales of most other products, the central bank reported. COMPANY NEWS: Shares of HBO and Warner Bros. parent Time Warner (TWX) surged $12.12, or 17.07%, to $83.13 after it was reported by CNBC and DealBook's Andrew Ross Sorkin that the company had received, and rejected, a takeover offer worth about $80B, or $85 per share, from Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA). Both Time Warner and Fox subsequently confirmed the report, with Time Warner stating that it rejected the bid since it was "not in the best interests of stockholders" and Fox noting that the companies are not currently in discussions. Afterward, research firm Jefferies said it believes 21st Century Fox could raise its bid for Time Warner into the mid-to-upper $90's per share, but it also thinks that Time Warner would still be unlikely to accept the offer. Meanwhile, FBR Capital said Fox could pay up to $120 for Time Warner and still make an accretive deal. Class A shares of Twenty-First Century Fox ended the day down $2.19, or 6.22%, to $33.00... Shares of Apple (AAPL) initially rose after announcing last night that it would collaborate with IBM (IBM) to provide mobile solutions for businesses. Goldman Sachs analyst Bill Shope wrote in a note to investors that the deal with IBM is clearly positive for Apple, as it validates the "unique enterprise capabilities" of iOS, which has a lack of fragmentation that makes it uniquely suited for organizations. BlackBerry (BBRY), which has a focus on mobile devices for business use, slid $1.33, or 11.77%, to $9.97 after the tech giants announced their new partnership. Apple closed down 54c, or 0.57%, to $94.78, though IBM (IBM), which reports after tomorrow's close, climbed $3.87, or 2.05%, to $192.36. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Intel (INTC), which advanced $2.94, or 9.27%, to $34.65 after the semiconductor giant's second quarter results beat analysts' consensus estimates. Also higher was Tenet Healthcare (THC), which rallied $3.74, or 8.32%, to $48.71 after after another company in the hospital sector, HCA Holdings (HCA), pre-announced stronger than expected second quarter results. For its part, HCA rose $5.78, or 10.47%, to $60.99 after providing better than expected Q2 guidance and increasing its fiscal year outlook. Among the noteworthy losers was Yahoo (YHOO), which fell $1.82, or 5.11%, to $33.79 after the company's second quarter results fell short of analysts' consensus estimates. The company also said it will lower the amount of stock it will sell in Alibaba's initial public offering to 140M shares and that it plans to return "at least half" of its after-tax proceeds from the stake sale to its shareholders. Also lower were shares of Ross Stores (ROST), which fell $3.12, or 4.78%, to $62.15 after Sterne Agee downgraded its stock to Neutral from Buy and cut its price target for shares to $68 from $81, citing negative traffic trends and low visibility. INDEXES: The Dow rose 77.52, or 0.45%, to 17,138.20, the Nasdaq gained 9.58, or 0.22%, to 4,425.97, and the S&P 500 advanced 8.29, or 0.42%, to 1,981.57.
12:26 EDTIBMOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
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12:07 EDTIBMApple, IBM rise after agreeing to collaborate on mobile products
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11:58 EDTIBMDruckenmiller says IBM facing problems similar to Xerox, Kodak
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09:29 EDTHMCHonda India unit issues recall for 1,338 vehicles, Reuters says
Honda's India division issued a recall for 1,338 vehicles in the country to implement a preventive replacement of the passenger side air bag inflator, according to Reuters, citing an emailed statement from the automobile manufacturer. Reference Link
09:23 EDTIBMOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
HIGHER: Time Warner (TWX), up 15% after company confirmed that it rejected an $80B takeover offer from 21st Century Fox (FOX, FOXA), as had been reported earlier this morning... Apple (AAPL), up 2% after announcing an enterprise mobile partnership with IBM (IBM), which is also up 2%... International Game (IGT), up 9.5% after agreeing to be acquired by GTECH for $4.7B in cash and stock... FireEye (FEYE), up 5% after shares upgraded at Goldman... Precision Drilling (PDS), up 4% after announcing strategic agreement with Schlumberger (SLB), upgraded at Deutsche Bank... Mellanox (MLNX), up 4.7% following upgrade at Jefferies. UP AFTER EARNINGS: Intel (INTC), up 5.4%... HCA Holdings (HCA), up 6%... Textron (TXT), up 3.2%... Abbott (ABT), up 1%. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: PNC Financial (PNC), down 2.5%... MGIC Investment (MTG), down 3.6%. LOWER: Yahoo (YHOO), down 3% after downgraded at CRT Capital following second quarter earnings report... Ares Capital (ARCC), down 2.5% after filing to sell 11.85M shares of common stock... Nationstar (NSM), down 2.4% after downgraded at Wells Fargo... Walter Investment (WAC), which was also downgraded at Wells Fargo, down 1.6%.
08:03 EDTIBMApple deal with IBM could drive enterprise sales, says Canaccord
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06:35 EDTHMCAcura aims for boost from new TLX vehicle in U.S., Bloomberg says
Hondaís U.S. senior vice president who leads the Acura brand, Mike Accavitti, said the brand has scrambled to raise U.S. deliveries amid competition from larger luxury vehicles and expects it to experience quicker growth starting in August with the arrival of the new mid-size TLX, according to Bloomberg, citing comments from Accavitti. Reference Link
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