H-P Flexing POWER Against ABB and 3 Dow Stocks Shaking Markets
General Electric Co. (NYSE:GE) and fellow jet leasing firm Air Lease (NYSE:AL) are providing a $19.7 billion premium for Boeing (NYSE:BA) at the Farnborough air show, while airlines do not seem to be buying, reports Bloomberg.
Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) and IBM are viewed as new rivals by ABB Ltd. (NYSE:ABB), which is the world’s largest producer of power transformers. ABB sees the two firms as jockeying for orders to protect factories from cyber attacks, says a Bloomberg report.
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International Business Machines Corporation’s (NYSE:IBM) Smarter Commerce Initiative is being utilized by SHOP.CA, Canada’s largest online eCommerce marketplace, for the former’s analytics software which is expected to help engage increasingly empowered online consumers in a unique shopping experience, and also to build loyalty along with a sense of community.
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC): By the year 2015, some 49 percent of all devices that obtain TV services from 43 of the largest global pay-TV operators who use multiscreen devices, will be PCs, smartphones, and tablets, according to IHS as reported in Digitimes. This number represents a sharp rise from the 18 percent reported in 2011.
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