March 04, 2015 1:27pm
BlackBerry Ltd BBRY 5.15% has been trying to reinvent itself recently, and many investors and analysts have their doubts about how much the company is actually changing. However, CEO John Chen insists that the company is running "a little ahead of our two-year turnaround and strategy," an article on re/code said.
Chen declared that the company's financial situation is stabilizing. Following several quarters of losses, BlackBerry was finally back to generating some cash and turning a profit last quarter. Chen said he expects this trend to continue, going forward, and revenue to stabilize over the coming year.
Aruba Networks, Inc. Files SEC Form SC 13G, Statement of Acquisition of Beneficial Ownership By Individuals [Amend] (Jan. 29, 2015)
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Computer Weekly News -- According to news reporting originating from Washington, D.C., by VerticalNews journalists, a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing by Aruba Networks, Inc. (Form SC 13G) was posted on January 29, 2015.
BlackBerry Passport Is Amazon's Best-Selling Smartphone During Early 'Black Friday' Sale.
.... skipped over the simple logic that if Blackberry was "mitigating poor demand", then why was it only targeting Apple users? Why did Blackberry not lay out a trade-up offer for users of all brands out there?
If that's all it was after: mitigating demand.
Well, Mr. Um?
Want to retract your article?
You made a boo-boo thought and put it out in a hurry.
what am I missing in this puzzle?
why hasn't this happened yet to this great company, with real bad management?
isn't a company like this (with its superb fundamentals and growth, but multi-year poor stock price performance) a prime candidate for shareholder activism or buy-out by a competitor?
am I being delusional in thinking so?
offer at $21? .... $23?
850mm in annual sales
120mm in annual NI (non-gaap: get rid off all of those bozos (D. Orr, et al) giving themselves stock compensations)
and the kicker: 30% annual growth!!!
ALL OF THE ABOVE FOR $2.2B TO $2.5B???
1 hour ago
from the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center & the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Teams.
(Reuters) - The U.S. government warned iPhone and iPad users on Thursday to be on the alert for hackers who may exploit a vulnerability in Apple Inc's iOS operating system that would enable them to steal sensitive data.
There was the potential for hacks using a newly identified technique known as the "Masque Attack," the government said in an online bulletin from the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center and the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Teams.
The network security company, FireEye Inc, disclosed the vulnerability behind the "Masque Attack" earlier this week, saying it had been exploited to launch a campaign dubbed "WireLurker" and that more attacks could follow.
Hackers could potentially steal login credentials, access sensitive data stored on iOS devices and remotely monitor activity on those devices, the government said.
Such attacks could be avoided if iPad and iPhone users only installed apps from Apple's App Store or from their own organizations, it said.
Users should not click "Install" from pop-ups when surfing the web. If iOS flashes a warning that says "Untrusted App Developer," users should click on "Don't Trust" and immediately uninstall the app, the bulletin said.
Representatives of Apple could not immediately be reached for comment.
(Reporting by Jim Finkle; Editing by Bernadette Baum)