(Bloomberg) -- Change is afoot at IBM, and investors are starting to believe in it.
The aging technology giant has been trying to counter dwindling sales at its once-core hardware and software businesses by investing in cloud-computing and data-management technology. IBM wasn't getting much credit for its efforts until Thursday, when the stock -- trading near its lowest level since 2009 -- shot up by as much as 6.3 percent.
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