The presidential debate and OPEC could rock markets in the week ahead, while a rush of economic data could reveal if the economy is starting to sputter.
Former shareholders of the mobile software maker are suing JPMorgan for breach of fiduciary duty, according to a lawsuit filed on Thursday.
The company announced on Friday that it would make a change to its debt.
"Power Lunch" hosts Kayla Tausche and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including Under Armour, BlackBerry and more.
Raymond James boosted its price target for BlackBerry by more than 30 percent, noting a plethora of bullish catalysts for the company.
The "Squawk Box" crew discuss some of the morning's most provocative headlines including Paul Ryan urging Congress to "drop the politics" over Zika funding and Kim Kardashian potentially abandoning Blackberry.
Apple has hired the former head of BlackBerry's automotive software division as new leadership for its car team.
The company said the touchscreen-only DTEK50 will cost $299 in the United States, Canada and across Europe.
Brian White, Drexel Hamilton, and Dieter Bohn, The Verge, discuss BlackBerry's decision to stop manufacturing its 'Classic' version.
The Canadian tech company says it will discontinue the last smartphone with its iconic physical keyboard.
Blackberry said it will no longer manufacture its Blackberry Classic as a part of a company effort to innovate and update their lineup.
CNBC surveyed the sprawling universe of smartphones, and picked out a few gems worthy of mention.
Blackberry climbed more than 3 percent amid an earnings report that said the firm broke even, topping expectations.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen discusses the company's hardware and enterprise software earnings.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Wall Street is battening down the hatches as Britons head to the polls to vote on whether to leave or remain in the EU.
U.S. authorities have asked mobile phone carriers and manufacturers including Apple and Samsung, to explain how they release security updates.
The Fast Money traders share stocks with the highest odds including Twitter, FireEye and BlackBerry.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan sits down with John Chen, CEO of Blackberry, at the Milken Institute Global conference, for insight on Blackberry's expansion.
The Fast Money panel give stock names they believe could go up in smoke including Tesla and Walmart.