More Layoffs

BlackBerry has laid off 120 workers employed at the BlackBerry 2 building in Waterloo, Ont., on Monday. According to a statement issued by the company, "BlackBerry is working hard to return to p...

Another BlackBerry Bidder?

BlackBerry shares spiked sharply mid-day Wednesday on reports that the struggling smartphone maker has found another bidder. The Wall Street Journal reports that Cerberus Capital Management, a U.S.-ba...

How Blackberry Can Bounce Back

Blackberry, formerly Research in Motion, is a Canadian-based company that was once the darling of innovation and technology. The backbone of the blackberry market share has always been business people. Its security features are the best in the business. Blackberry has the seal of approval from the USA's Defense Department. PIN messaging is magic and still unrivalled. The strong tradition of Canadian ingenuity which Research In Motion once harvested can be sowed anew. Blackberry may be down, but with 72 million remaining subscribers in 175 countries and the right direction at the top, the brand will rise again.

Does BlackBerry Have A Future?

BlackBerry's announcement that it would be cutting 4,500 jobs unleashed a flurry of pessimistic speculation over the future of the beleaguered Waterloo, Ont., company, with some predicting it may...

BlackBerry Announces Huge Job Cuts

BlackBerry announced poor results on Friday and said that it would be laying off 4,500 employees. The company's stock closed down 16 per cent, or $1.74, to $9.08 on the Toronto Stock Exchange. BlackBe...