|Bid||7.11 x 0|
|Ask||7.13 x 0|
|Day's Range||7.04 - 7.23|
|52 Week Range||4.31 - 9.25|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.44|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sept 08, 1999|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Here is how BlackBerry (BB) and Fastly (FSLY) have performed compared to their sector so far this year.
BlackBerry (BB) expects total revenues in the range of $665-$700 million for fiscal 2024. Also, it is targeting revenues to be between $880 million and $960 million for fiscal 2026.
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The security software and services provider expects 2026 revenue to be between $880 million and $960 million. "Gross margin for the Cybersecurity business unit is expected to increase by between 400 bps and 600 bps by FY26," it said. BlackBerry in December said revenue from its cybersecurity business would remain flat in the first half of 2023, but grow in the latter half.
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Per the agreement, BlackBerry (BB) receives $170 million in cash on closing of the patent sale transaction.
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Canada's main stock index fell on Tuesday, as weakness in crude dragged energy shares lower, while caution prevailed ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's interest rate decision this week. At 10:02 a.m. ET (1402 GMT), the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 149.16 points, or 0.72%, at 20,465.94. The energy sector led the declines, down 3.1%, as crude prices extended their losses from the previous session after data showed manufacturing activity in China, the world's top crude importer, fell unexpectedly in April.
BlackBerry Ltd. has launched a review of strategic alternatives for its portfolio of businesses that could see the company break up its operations. The Waterloo, Ont.-based firm that has transformed from a mobile phone goliath to a security company announced the start of the review late Monday, saying it was aimed at driving enhanced "shareholder value." The alternatives the business is considering "include, but are not limited to, the possible separation of one or more of BlackBerry’s businesse
BlackBerry said on Monday it will conduct a review of strategic alternatives, which include the possible separation of one or more of the company's businesses. BlackBerry said it has not set a timeline for the process and does not intend to disclose developments related to the review unless the board has approved a specific agreement or has ended the process. The company added it will continue with the previously announced sale of substantially all of its non-core patents and patent applications related to is mobile devices to Malikie Innovations Limited, a newly formed unit of intellectual property monetization firm Key Patent Innovations Ltd.
BlackBerry, which was founded in 1984 and built pagers, said it has not set a timeline for the process and does not intend to disclose developments related to the review unless the board has approved a specific agreement or has ended the process. BlackBerry said on Monday it will continue with the previously announced sale of the patents to Malikie Innovations Limited for up to $900 million, after its prior deal to sell them to Catapult IP Innovations Inc for $600 million fell through as it took longer than usual to close. Once known for its phones with a tiny QWERTY physical keyboard and the BBM instant messaging service, BlackBerry's core businesses today are cybersecurity and software used by automakers.
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