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Another international DB fund bites the dust

WWW.THESHEET.COM  |  THURSDAY, 19 JAN 2006
... restructure of the NAB scheme just adds more casualties to the growing list of DB funds around the world, especially since IBM has just announced the closure of their DB fund. In Australia, DB funds, after decades of being the premier superannuation ...

Market wrap

AAP  |  WEDNESDAY, 18 JAN 2006
... overnight with investors on edge over a $2 surge in oil prices and the prospect of corporate earnings, with Dow components IBM and Intel Corp set to report after the closing bell. As fourth quarter earnings season ramped up a notch, concern mounted that ...

US defined benefit scheme shake-out continues

In a pre-emptive move to avoid the pension-related miseries of General Motors, US computer giant IBM announced it will close its defined benefit retirement scheme to new employees in favour of a 401(k) system. IBM is the latest of a raft of multinational ...

Market Wrap

AAP  |  WEDNESDAY, 7 DEC 2005
... released. NEW YORK - US stocks rose, boosted by demand for technology shares after brokerage price target upgrades for Apple and IBM. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 21.85 points at 10,856.86. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index was up 1.61 points ...

Market Wrap

... industry and a rally in General Motors shares following a union deal to cut health-care costs. After the closing bell, shares of IBM jumped 1.8 per cent on the Inet electronic brokerage system. IBM, the world's largest computer company, reported a dip ...

Market wrap

AAP  |  WEDNESDAY, 12 OCT 2005
... the Dow's gains were limited by concerns about corporate profits and rising crude prices. The Dow's biggest boost came from IBM, which rose 2.4 per cent on an increased rating from CSFB following and upgrade from Citigroup earlier this week. A drop in ...

Unisys targets financial services

... infrastructure services, predominantly supporting the financial services sector. He has previously worked with EDS, Accenture and IBM and undertaken assignments in Malaysia, Singapore, and the United States, as well as Australia. "Andrew's credentials ...

Perpetual appoints new chairman and announces record profit

... for four years. He is currently the chairman of David and Mincom Ltd. He was the former chairman and managing director of IBM Australia and New Zealand. He is also a director of Smorgon steel Group. "His experience as chairman of publicly listed companies ...

Leading US companies in pension funding crisis; CSFB

... of the 10 companies that could report the biggest dollar decline in their pension plans this year, followed by Ford Motor, IBM Corp, General Electric and Verizon Communications.

Lend Lease at ease with market forecasts on 2004 profit

... company's annual general meeting the $230 million estimate would exclude an $80 million profit after tax from the sale of IBM GSA. Mr Clarke said in Australia Bovis Lend Lease had suffered from increased costs "due to the long-running housing boom". ...