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Financial statements — IBM

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20 ← 16 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016
Total Revenue
74B 77B 80B 79B 80B
Cost Of Revenue
38B 41B 43B 43B 42B
Gross Profit
36B 36B 37B 36B 38B
Research and Development
6.3B 6B 5.4B 5.8B 5.8B
Selling General and Admin
23B 21B 19B 20B 21B
Operating Expense
67B 67B 67B 69B 68B
Operating Income
6.2B 9.9B 12B 10B 11B
Other Income Expense Net
630M 650M 1B 1.5B 1.6B
6.8B 11B 13B 12B 13B
Interest Income
1.3B 1M 720M 620M 630M
Pretax Income
4.6B 10B 11B 11B 12B
Income Tax
-860M 730M 2.6B 5.6B 450M
Minority Interest
0 0 0 0 0
Net Income
5.6B 9.4B 8.7B 5.8B 12B
Net Income Basic
5.6B 9.4B 8.7B 5.8B 12B
20 ← 16 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016
Current cash
14B 8.9B 12B 13B 8.5B
Short term investments
4.3B 4B 4.7B 3.9B 4.6B
19B 24B 31B 32B 29B
1.8B 1.6B 1.7B 1.6B 1.6B
Other current assets
4.3B 4B 4.7B 3.9B 4.6B
Current assets
39B 38B 49B 50B 44B
Long term investments
120B 110B 74B 76B 74B
Property plant equipment
10B 10B 11B 11B 11B
60B 58B 36B 37B 36B
Intangible assets
14B 15B 3.1B 3.7B 4.7B
Other assets
19B 20B 19B 19B 17B
Total assets
160B 150B 120B 130B 120B
Accounts payable
4.9B 4.9B 6.6B 6.5B 6.2B
Current long term debt
7.2B 8.8B 10B 7B 7.5B
Other current liabilities
28B 24B 21B 24B 23B
Total current liabilities
40B 38B 38B 37B 36B
Long term debt
54B 54B 36B 40B 35B
Other liabilities
32B 30B 29B 30B 28B
Minority Interest
130M 140M 130M 130M 150M
Total Liabilities
140B 130B 110B 110B 99B
Common stock
890M 890M 910M 930M 960M
Retained earning
160B 160B 160B 150B 150B
Treasury stock
-170B -170B -170B -160B -160B
Capital surplus
Shareholder equity
21B 21B 17B 18B 18B
Net tangible assets
-53B -53B -23B -23B -23B
20 ← 16 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016
Net Income
5.6B 9.4B 8.7B 5.8B 12B
6.7B 6.1B 4.5B 4.5B 4.4B
Changes in receivables
-5.1B -6.8B -1.1B 2.4B 690M
Changes in inventories
220M -63M 99M 30M 2M
Cash change
4.9B -3.1B -580M 4.1B 330M
Cash flow
18B 15B 15B 17B 17B
Capital expenditures
-3.2B -2.3B -4B -3.8B -4.2B
Investing activity other
Total investing cash flows
-3B -27B -4.9B -7.1B -11B
Dividends paid
Net borrowings
43B 50B 29B 30B 29B
Other financing cash flows
Cash flow financing
-9.7B 9B -10B -6.4B -5.8B
Exchange rate effect

International Business Machines Corp. is an information technology company, which provides integrated solutions that leverage information technology and knowledge of business processes. It operates through the following segments: Cognitive Solutions, Global Business Services, Technology Services & Cloud Platforms, Systems, and Global Financing. The Cognitive Solutions segment comprises a portfolio of capabilities that help IBM's clients to identify actionable insights and inform decision making for competitive advantage. It includes Watson, a cognitive computing platform that has the ability to interact in natural language, process amounts of big data, and learn from interactions with people and computers. This segment consists of Solutions Software, which provides the basis for many of the company's strategic areas including analytics, security and social; and Transaction Processing Software, which includes software that primarily runs mission-critical systems in industries such as banking, airlines and retail. The Global Business Services segment provides clients with consulting, application management and global process services. The Technology Services & Cloud Platforms segment provides comprehensive IT infrastructure and platform services that create business value for clients. The Systems segment provides clients with innovative infrastructure platforms to help meet the requirements of hybrid cloud and enterprise AI workload. The Global Financing segment encompasses two primary businesses: financing, primarily conducted through IBM Credit LLC, and remanufacturing and remarketing. The company was founded by Charles Ranlett Flint and Thomas J. Watson Sr. on June 16, 1911 and is headquartered in Armonk, NY.