IBM kicks off the earnings season with a bang as their focus pays off. Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman dives into the recent earnings report and what the company should expect going forward.
Futurum’s Daniel Newman covers IBM’s earnings, which show a leaner, more focused IBM delivering better than expected results and good news kicking off earnings week.
IBM hits a growth snag as shares fell 5% in extended trading on Wednesday, but Futurum’s Daniel Newman thinks the focus should be on looking forward.
IBM returned to a slim 1% YoY growth during its first quarter of the fiscal year giving reason for encouragement.
IBM managed operations strongly yielding an EPS beat despite another soft revenue quarter with Red Hat as its lone bright spot.
IBM’s Q3 results met the streets expectations as it delivered strong cloud performance while continuing to struggle in managed services.
As we head into another big season of tech earnings, IBM is leading off providing a look ahead as to how tech fared amidst a rampant global pandemic.
Tech earnings season has arrived and the first to report is IBM, which has a new CEO at the helm and is facing the challenge of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
IBM had a strong earnings report for its fiscal 4th quarter in 2019. The earnings popped on strong results in systems covering for shortfalls elsewhere.
IBM Q3 Earnings marked the 5th straight quarter of declines but the company has some areas to lean into and the future looks to be more positive.
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