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As others abandon the physical keyboard, BlackBerry is doubling down there, Re/code reports.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
AOL boss Tim Armstrong still loves his BlackBerry, and he tells CNBC other CEOs around the Sun Valley media and tech conference apparently do, too.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
More American households are ditching their old telephones: 4 out of 10 only use cellphones, a government survey shows.
Some of Monday's midday movers:
It seems like only yesterday that former enterprise smartphone king BlackBerry was left for dead.
To make the Android system more business friendly, Google is developing a means for separating personal and business phone data. Re/code reports.
Citron, which had turned bullish on BlackBerry early this year, once again raised its price target on shares of the tech company, to $20 from $15, sending shares in BlackBerry up 4.5 percent to $9.50 in late morning trading on the Nasdaq.
With stock markets overflowing with new offerings, Bassim Haidar, the founder of Channel IT Group, has indicated that his African telecoms company could be next.
Troy Crandall, Vice President & Equity Analyst at 3Macs, discusses BlackBerry's better-than-expected first quarter earnings and explains why the firm may be set to regain some of its market share.
While BlackBerry's first quarter results beat expectations, they are a third of what the firm earned last year in the same quarter, says Jay Srivatsa, Managing Director at Chardan Capital Markets.
NEW YORK, June 19- The S&P 500 ended at another record high on Thursday, extending gains for a fifth day on investors' optimism that the Federal Reserve will keep interest rates low for a long period of time.
Stocks on Thursday were little moved, a day after rallying on reassurances from the Fed.
NEW YORK, June 19- U.S. stocks lost ground on Thursday after four straight days of gains sent the S&P 500 to another record high, with forecasts from companies including Coach weighing on consumer discretionary shares. Coach Inc's stock dropped 9.2 percent to $35.57 and was the biggest percentage decliner on the S&P 500..
BlackBerry CEO John Chen, discusses how investors should view his company, and his confidence in the company's products.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen, discusses the likelihood of the Canadian government being open to a sale of BlackBerry, and where the company stands in its turnaround.
FMHR traders Jon Najarian and Mike Murphy debate the play on BlackBerry.
Shares jumped more than 10 percent on Thursday after BlackBerry said it spent less cash than many expected and its gross profit margin rose from a year earlier.
BlackBerry reported a smaller-than-expected loss, as the smartphone company's cost cutting and other turnaround efforts started to pay off.