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Apple has unveiled details on its months-old partnership with IBM to make iPhones and iPads staples in the workplace.
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Forty years after cheap Japanese watches nearly ruined the Swiss industry, Apple's new smartwatch is posing a similar threat.
The smartphone-maker is concentrated on building a cash war chest to fuel innovation, says BlackBerry CEO John Chen.
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Some of Monday's midday movers:
The Hispanic community will be one-third of the US by 2050 and already has $1.5 trillion in buying power. That's a big consumer opportunity.
Samsung's third quarter earnings guidance is forecast to be the firm's weakest since 2011, but some say a turnaround is imminent.
Once aimed at a small elite with their blingy designs, luxury smartphones are toning down as manufacturers look to broaden the appeal of their high-end devices.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the new BlackBerry Passport isn't an iPhone killer—and that's OK.
FRANKFURT/ NEW YORK- Officials from Pimco and its German parent Allianz scramble to contain the fallout from star bond manager Bill Gross' stunning exit last week, and money continues to leave the firm, giving a huge boost to rival bond houses like DoubleLine, which saw record inflows. Canada's Encana to buy Athlon Energy for $5.93 bln.
TORONTO, Sept 29- Even as BlackBerry pivots to focus more on software and services, the company that gained fame for its smartphones is not giving up on its handset business, two senior executives said.
Stocks rose sharply on Friday, rebounding after Wall Street's hardest knock in nearly two months.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen told CNBC he expects continued growth, and plans to stay at the helm for the foreseeable future.
But BlackBerry's hardware unit also offered hopeful news, posting an adjusted profit for the first time in five quarters, helped by lower manufacturing costs and strong demand for its low-end Z3 handsets in emerging markets. BlackBerry shares were up 7.6 percent at C $11.70 on the Toronto Stock Exchange and up 7.4 percent at $10.51 on Nasdaq.
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NEW YORK, Sept 26- U.S. stock index futures were pointing towards a flat open on Friday after major indexes suffered their biggest drop since July, and data showed the economy grew at its fastest pace in more than two years.
TORONTO, Sept 26- BlackBerry Ltd reported a much smaller-than-expected quarterly loss on Friday and said it was concentrating on growth and investments, even as concerns about weak revenue linger. John Chen, who became BlackBerry's chief executive officer in November, is "coming up to one year, and it's still declining by big numbers," Gillis said.