IBM Stops Selling NetApp Units to Favor Own Devices

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May 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Cory Johnson reports on today’s top news headlines on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Headlines.

Ibm is reselling technology.

They're trying to steer customers to ibm products.

That is according to an internal memo.

This is a big blow to net apps.

The founder and ceo is worth one point $6 billion after his company went public.

It sells all sorts of products directly to consumers.

It is the biggest chinese internet company in the u.s. for now.

It is a massive deal expected later this year.

Google ranks as the number one company for pay and benefit in a new glassdoor survey will stop tech companies dominated.

Intuit at number six.

The survey found that the average base salary is $128,000. that is slightly lower than apple.

To our lead story will stop hewlett-packard is facing a critical time in its history

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