Six months after IBM spent $34 billion to acquire an open source software company, IBM’s Q4 results showed that ‘Red Hat goodness is kicking in’ (IBM)

Just six months after IBM bought Red Hat for $34 billion, it looks like the acquisition is paying off for the tech giant. “It appears that the Red Hat ‘goodness’ is kicking in,” analyst Patrick Moorhead told Business Insider. The company reported better-than-expected results, boosted by Red Hat revenues. IBM shares rallied more than 4% in after-hours trading. Click here for more BI Prime stories. It looks like Red Hat is turning out to be a really smart buy for IBM. The tech giant’s shares rallied late Tuesday after posting strong results on robust Red Hat numbers. IBM said Red Hat revenue exceeded $1 billion in the quarter, up 24%… Read More

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Americans Living In Ukraine Conflicted On Impeachment

Watch Video Impeachment has dominated the conversation in the United States for more than four months, but it all started with a phone call to the leader of Ukraine. Newsy visited Kyiv, Ukraine, to find out if people are talking about it and what Americans who have made the move to Kyiv think about all this attention on their adopted country. …read more Source:: Newsy Headlines       

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