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International Business Machines

International Business Machines


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International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) — American developer of hardware, software, server equipment and consulting services provider. The company was founded in 1911 under CTR name and was devoted to computer production. In 1924 it changed its name to IBM. Since 1943 the company was specializing in PC mass production, including machinery for USAF. In 1981 IBM basically creates PC market, having released IBM PC — the first mass produced personal computer which had been taking leading positions up to 1984. Nowadays IBM is the largest software developer and consultant.

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Part of the net profit of a joint stock company annually distributed among shareholders after payment of taxes, deductions for production expansion, replenishment of reserves, repayment of loans, etc. The amount of dividends paid usually affects the current share price.

A contract made for the simultaneous purchase (call option) and sale (put option) of the same financial instruments, at the same price and with the same delivery time. Usually both options are opened in the same transaction.

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