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"..The chain of events that have brought $BBRY into the 3rd Quarter of Fiscal 2013 are complex and misunderstood. The gluttony from the media–biased opinions have framed this company as a tragedy. We neglect BBRYs market positioning and potential. Their new Executive John S Chen doesn’t really need to make many huge directional changes, but will have to pull away more layers internally. Heins made the brute of the tough operational changes, Chen has been tasked to invigorate this new potential and drive a new path for the company.
Marketing—and further executive changes will bolster the viability of the platform—it’s here to stay. And with confidence in new leadership (and other bids that may loom) BBRY is far from over. It’s got 3.6+ billion reasons to Keep Moving. What’s more BlackBerry is rumored to be seeking an accelerated tax refund that could bring their cash potion upward of 4+ billion dollars in total. If they are able to pull this cash together quickly we can expect the new reigns at BlackBerry will do some smart spending and turn the engine into high gear.."
Yea.. 2013 going to be disappointing, but it was expected. You don't launch the best new communications technology that will obliterate the competition without a push back from the big guys.
2014.. BlackBerry subscribers globally may well be over 100,000,000. With the launch of BBM for everyone, to be monopolized... well it's a game changer.
So what about the playbook
Has it become irrelevant
Is it not getting a full BBM app.
This scam on offers of $5 billion, let's get honest, $5 billion without the cash is still very much a steal..
Reality is regardless of share price.. bbry has enough cash flow plus liquid cash, they can be here for a long time..
It may have taken a lot of negative attacks go let everyone be aware of them. Incredible company.. could be the future.
So does Facebook... funny!
Cisco is a better fit with much deeper pockets...
"..Scoreloop was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Munich, Germany with offices in the US and Asia. The company was acquired in 2011 by Research in Motion..."
so many rough diamonds in the drawers..
Still possible.. Perfect fit, and fresh new blood in the IBM pipeline..