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IBM Announces Job Cuts As Cash Flow Miss Reported – $IBM $DIA $INVO

By John F. Heerdink, Jr.

As per reports, IBM released their Q1 earnings missing its annual cash target. The company’s 2022 cash flow was $9.3 billion, below its target of $10 billion, due to higher-than-expected working capital needs. IBM forecasts annual revenue growth in the mid-single digits on constant currency terms,  lower than the 12% it reported last year.

IBM’s software and consulting business growth slowed down sequentially in the fourth quarter ended December but cloud spending soared as the technology giant signed deals with Amazon.com’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure. IBM’s hybrid cloud revenue rose 2% in the quarter ended Dec. 31. Total revenue stood at $16.69 billion in the period, compared with analysts’ estimates of $16.40 billion. For the year 2022, IBM recorded revenue growth of 5.5%, its highest in a decade.

Lay offs:

As part of some asset divestments, the company announced 3,900 layoffs related to the spinoff of a part of AI unit Watson Health, and Kyndryl business causing a $300 million charge in the January to March period.

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