|Bid||13.12 x 0|
|Ask||13.18 x 0|
|Day's Range||13.08 - 13.32|
|52 Week Range||8.98 - 15.82|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.61|
|Earnings Date||Dec 20, 2017|
|Dividend & Yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
|1y Target Est||11.25|
BlackBerry Ltd Chief Operating Officer Marty Beard has resigned from the Canadian software company, effective Dec. 1, to help family members deal with health issues, a person familiar with the plans told ...
Canada's BlackBerry Ltd (Toronto:BB.TO - News) (NYSE:BB - News) announced the outsourcing of a significant part of its patent licensing efforts on Wednesday to a unit of the U.S.-based Marconi Group. BlackBerry said the work of sub-licensing a broad range of its patents to global smartphone manufacturers will fall to Teletry. Teletry is part of the Marconi Group, which launched earlier this year and says it specializes in patent licensing across a broad range of technologies and products.
Canada's BlackBerry Ltd said on Wednesday it agreed to allow Teletry, a unit of patent licensing firm Marconi Group, to sub-license a broad range of its patents to global smartphone manufacturers. Blackberry ...
BlackBerry Ltd announced today that it has entered into a strategic licensing agreement with Teletry, an independent operating company with expertise in building relationships between patent holders and ...
BLACKBERRY SECURITY SUMMIT - BlackBerry Limited today announced findings that confirm a confidence gap exists between IT professionals and their ability to meet regulatory requirements for securing unstructured ...
BlackBerry Ltd. (TSX:BB)(NASDAQ:BBRY) continues to be a great play, as private and government interests collaborate to bolster cybersecurity.
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Cineplex Inc. (TSX:CGX) continues to reinvent itself, as the company recently reached an agreement with the National Football League to show games at some of its theatres.
In fiscal 2Q18, software and services revenues totaled $185 million on a GAAP basis, contributing 77.7% of total revenues, compared with 41.3% in fiscal 2Q17.
n fiscal 2Q18 (ended August 31), BlackBerry (BB) reported hardware revenues of $16 million, which was $105 million lower than in fiscal 2Q17.
Tata Elxsi and BlackBerry Limited today announced they are partnering to help companies design and develop secure, mission-critical solutions for industries such as automotive, industrial, medical and ...
LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / October 25, 2017 / Pro-Trader Daily has lined up these stocks for our daily research reports coverage. Before the markets open, Pro-TD makes a brief technical snapshot of select ...
Today at the company's Security Summit in London, BlackBerry Limited announced a major milestone and update on its growing ISV ecosystem. Through partnerships with ISVs, BlackBerry customers now have......
BlackBerry Limited today announced findings from a new global research whitepaper, which surveyed IT decision makers on corporate IoT deployments. Conducted by 451 Research, the whitepaper titled, "Securing ...
Victor Schubert, who was a licensing director for BlackBerry, said on Friday he was no longer with the company, following on the heels of the departure of Mark Kokes, who led BlackBerry's overall patent strategy. "Investors are left asking, if corporate insiders are leaving, why should we stick around?", said Adam Sarhan, chief executive of 50 Park Investments in New York. "With BlackBerry there's also a larger macro question and its investors are asking 'what's their professional edge?'", said Sarhan, who does not own shares in the company.
BlackBerry Ltd.'s (TSX:BB)(NASADQ:BBRY) QNX technology could be front and centre as automation continues to be all the hype in the auto industry.
A key attorney executing BlackBerry Ltd's patent licensing strategy has left the company, the second recent departure from the team tasked with making money from the Canadian company's intellectual property. Victor Schubert, who was a licensing director for BlackBerry, told Reuters in a brief LinkedIn message that he was no longer with the company.
TORONTO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd (Toronto:BB.TO - News) said a licensing deal it signed with low-end Android handset maker BLU Products Inc will bring it recurring revenue, ending a legal dispute over patents that rival Google has asked the U.S. government to revoke. BlackBerry did not disclose financial terms and its shares were little changed after the news, rising 0.5 percent in late Thursday morning Nasdaq trade (NasdaqGS:BBRY - News). BlackBerry filed two lawsuits against Miami-based BLU in June 2016, part of an effort by the Canadian company to generate revenue from its trove of technology patents.
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BlackBerry Limited and BLU Products announced today they have entered into a patent license agreement. This will result in settlement of all existing patent litigation between the two companies and withdrawal ...
Just hours before Apple (AAPL) was set to unveil its new slate of smartphones, Qualcomm (QCOM) published a blog post on September 11, 2017, comparing the features on the rival smartphones.…