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SEC investigates IBM's cloud computing revenue

IBM says federal regulators are looking into how the company reports sales for its cloud-computing business. Full story

Pa. ending computer system contract with IBM

Gov. Tom Corbett's state Department of Labor and Industry is ending a multi-year contract with IBM Corp. to modernize Pennsylvania's unemployment compensation computer system after dedicating close to $170 million to the project. Full story

U.S. judge approves IBM's foreign bribery case settlement with SEC

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Thursday signed off on IBM's 2011 settlement with U.S. regulators over charges of foreign bribery, wrapping up the latest case that questioned U.S. authorities' aggressiveness in investigating corporate misconduct. Full story

Judge signs off on IBM bribery case settlement

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Vt.'s higher jobless rate doesn't include IBM cuts

Vermont's higher jobless rate for June wasn't supposed to include the 419 people laid off at IBM Corp.'s plants in the state. But a state Labor Department official says there may have been an impact on the 4.4 percent reported rate. Full story

Amazon vs. IBM: Big Blue meets match in battle for the cloud

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The tech industry maxim that "no one ever got fired for buying IBM" is a testament to how Big Blue has been the gold standard in computing services for decades. Full story

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