Loss amounts to 45 cents US per share
Here’s a stock tip Valeant investors should have heeded: If a company that’s not a bank becomes the largest in Canada, run!
Stakes are high as BlackBerry releases its first Android smartphone
BlackBerry’s workforce has shrunk dramatically since 2011. Here’s where a lot of those people went.
BlackBerry has shed thousands of jobs since it began restructuring operations
‘Those of you know me know how I hate losing money,’ chief executive says
Jim Balsillie speaks out for the first time in years about the downfall of BlackBerry
An excerpt of ‘Losing the Signal: The Spectacular Rise and Fall of BlackBerry,’ on the fatal division between Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie
BlackBerry says it’s looking to reduce the size of its device operations and make it profitable again.
May 7: Omar Khadr will learn whether he’s a free man, Victoria debates the business of pot, and an anti-terror bill passes in the House
For Jim Balsillie, finding the Franklin expedition was the beginning of bigger goals in the Arctic
March 30: The tech world is getting a shake up, from the end of Future Shop to a rise in gender discrimination trials
March 27: The mobile maker reports Q4 profits, plus, Stephen Poloz goes to London, live-streaming your life, and the rise of the “sand mafia”
The info commissioner has urged the government to ban IMing because messages evaporate so quickly
As he told Jimmy Kimmel, the president doesn’t even text.
March 10: The IMF chimes in on debt and Canadian house prices. Plus, a growing crisis in Brazil and China’s female factory strikers
It was a national champion—just like BlackBerry once was, and Hootsuite may soon be. But no one knows if Bombardier can even remain intact now.