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  • Business Wire

    BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB), a global leader in mobile communications, and NantHealth, a cloud-based information technology provider combining science and big data to transform healthcare, today announced the first secure clinical genome browser that gives doctors unprecedented access to patients’ genetic data on the BlackBerry(R) Passport smartphone – the NantOmics Cancer Genome BrowserTM.

  • Stock market » Blackberry Foxconn Partnership
    December 20, 2013, 23:44 GMT

    Its been a tough year for Blackberry (NASDAQ:BBRY) shareholders, it seems like every other day some headline hit the wires and in turn moved the stock. The majority of the headlines in recent months haven’t been too excited for the determined shareholder base. Declining sales, falling relevance, and increasingly high cash burn has weighed on

  • US stocks continued their rapid rise, notching up a new all-time high on the open on the heels of an agreement between Iran and the permanent member of the U.N. Security council. The deal helped the Nikkei notch up a 1.5% gain which sparked a globally rally. Late in the session stocks faded with but

  • Business » Blackberry Plummets on Fairfax Deal
    November 4, 2013, 16:01 GMT

    The drama surrounding Blackberry (NASDAQ:BBRY) doesn’t appear to be letting up on this Monday morning. Shares of the company were sent racing to the downside following a couple startling announcements from management before the market open. Unfortunately for shareholders the company announced it will abandon plans for a sale as it struggles to gain momentum

  • Stocks started the trading session off on a mixed note with the Nasdaq continuing to outperform the S&P 500 index and the Dow Industrial Average.  Three news stocks were added to the Dow Industrials on Monday, replacing some old standbys.  As of September 23, Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) , Visa (NYSE:V) and Nike (NYSE:NKE) will join the

  • Blackberry (NASDAQ:BBRY) can’t seem to stay out of the headlines these days, seemingly everyday there is yet another news story making waves across the entire technology sector. Earlier in the week BlackBerry’s largest shareholder, Canadian insurance company Fairfax Financial, announced it hopes to buy the smartphone maker for $9 per share, only a slight premium

  • Henryrooto Henryrooto

    After weeks of speculation and turbulence, it looks like Blackberry (NASDAQ:BBRY) has found a suitable buyer for the company. Over the last few years the company has battled back fears of solvency as its once dominant position within the technology space quickly evaporated. BlackBerry’s largest shareholder, Canadian insurance company Fairfax Financial, hopes to buy the

  • Stocks in the US were mixed at the open as traders absorbed the hangover of the risk on rally associated with the Feds non-action on their bond purchase program.  The Fed believe the current economic outlook does not warrant a change in current monetary policy and given the Fed reduction in their economic forecast it

  • Business » Blackberry speculation follow Nokia deal
    September 5, 2013, 20:32 GMT

    Earlier in the week technology giant Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) announced it would be paying $7.2 billion in cash to its partner Nokia (NYSE:NOK) for the company’s mobile handset segment. Included in the deal were a number of key patents and technological data, previously unavailable to Microsoft. Consequently, shares of Nokia soared as the street attempted to

  • Shares of Blackberry (NASDAQ:BBRY) traded sharply higher on Monday morning as speculation surrounding the company’s future made waves. In pre-market trading on Monday shares moved higher by more than 7.6% to $10.50 following what was an incredible move last Friday. Late last week sources announced the company was considering the possibility of a private buyout