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BlackBerry CEO: We Can Save This Company

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The embattled smartphone company is pinning its hopes on enterprise services in North America, and cheap devices in developing markets. continue…

BlackBerry Suffers Another Disastrous Quarter

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As part of its turnaround effort, BlackBerry has signed a “strategic partnership” with Foxconn to manufacture new devices. continue…

BlackBerry Ejects Its C-Suite

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The departure of the struggling company’s COO, CMO and CFO hints at radical things underway. continue…

The Great Tech CEO Massacre of 2013

Microsoft, Acer, and BlackBerry have all lost their leaders in recent months. Who’s next? continue…

BlackBerry Boots CEO Heins

BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins is out, as the company seems to abandon selling itself to the highest bidder. continue…

BlackBerry Could Break Up: Report

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According to Bloomberg, it’s looking likely that BlackBerry will be split up for parts. continue…

How to Spin a Billion-Dollar Crash-and-Burn

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There’s only so much BlackBerry executives can do in the wake of their company’s $965 million quarterly loss. continue…

Why BlackBerry 10 Was Doomed From Day One

BlackBerry 10 is a polished operating system, but BlackBerry may have begun its production far too late. continue…

BlackBerry Will Sell Itself for $4.7 Billion

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Under the terms of the agreement, Fairfax Financial will acquire every BlackBerry stock-share it doesn’t already own. continue…

BlackBerry Buys Jet As It Cuts Employees

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BlackBerry apparently believes in spending money to save money, giving its employees plenty of ammunition to lob at the struggling company. The smartphone maker reportedly shelled out millions of dollars for a corporate jet  that was delivered in July, while at the same time posting weaker than expected earnings and saying it would continue with its cost cutting, aka layoffs. BlackBerry, according to the Wall Street Journal, purchased a Bombardier jet to add to its existing two-plane fleet. These planes… continue…