NEW YORK— BlackBerry said Friday that it will make another security-related acquisition, buying Good Technology for $425 million in cash. It said Good Technology has about $160 million in annual revenue, while BlackBerry has reported about $3 billion in revenue in its last four fiscal quarters. Earlier this year BlackBerry Ltd. bought WatchDox, a provider of...» Read More
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