At least one stage of the company's turnaround process is complete, according to an internal memo obtained by Reuters.
Well, you never know, BlackBerry might be okay -- heads or tails?
Foxconn has its role, says John Chen, "but we will do the next set of cool phones." He also hints at another potential keyboard smartphone for this year.
The latest executive to sit at the top of BlackBerry goes back to the drawing board for what could be the beleaguered phone maker's last grasp at survival.
In yet another open letter, CEO John Chen attempts to get businesses to stick with BlackBerry.
BlackBerry's new boss has spoken out about his plans to save the troubled company.
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A deal to buy BlackBerry has apparently fallen through, leading the ailing company to fire its boss and recruit a new man at the top.
The $4.7 billion deal to take BlackBerry private is dead, and Thorsten Heins is headed for the exit. Now BlackBerry plans to raise $1 billion selling convertible notes to investors.
The embattled company couldn't secure a deal to go private or find buyers, and will lean on $1 billion in fresh financing. Does it have a last hurrah?