Headline Rollup for July 18, 2017

Jefferies gives IBM Watson a Wall Street reality check

IBM’s Watson unit is receiving heat today in the form of a scathing equity research report from Jefferies’ James Kisner. The group believes that IBM’s investment into Watson will struggle to return value to shareholders. In recent years, IBM has increasingly leaned on Watson as one of its core growth units — a unit that sits as a proxy for projecting IBM’s future value.

Why HP Inc. Shareholders Have Nothing to Worry About

When HP (NYSE:HPQ) split with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise(NYSE:HPE) in late 2015, HP retained the company’s PC, printing, and imaging businesses, while HPE kept the enterprise hardware and software units.

Workflow automation: How printers are solving the paper problem

Better productivity is a goal of most IT projects, typically through automating manual processes. Productivity gains often stop when a paper document is introduced into the process.

Lexmark releases Markvision Enterprise 3.0

Lexmark International, Inc., a global imaging solutions leader, today released version 3.0 of Markvision Enterprise (MVE 3.0), Lexmark’s fleet management software solution. MVE 3.0 provides customers better visibility into their entire fleet of network printers and multifunction devices, regardless of manufacturer.

Greenlight Capital takes stake in Toshiba, says its funds fell 4 percent in second quarter

(Reuters) – Hedge fund Greenlight Capital said on Friday that it had added a stake in Toshiba Corp as it expects the stock to rise once the Japanese company resolves uncertainties around its bankrupt Westinghouse unit and the sale of its memory business.

New Toshiba chip sale doubts as US court ruling delayed

The future of Toshiba’s memory chip business has been thrown deeper into confusion after a judge delayed a ruling on Western Digital’s attempt to block an $18bn sale.


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