Pau Barrena/BloombergA BlackBerry Leap smartphone. BlackBerry plans to buy the shares within the next 12 months on the Nasdaq Stock Market and, pending regulatory approval, on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
This brings me to the U.S. Federal government: BlackBerry's largest client. In the past, the Feds probably would have opposed a BlackBerry merger due to antitrust concerns. But now, with BlackBerry just a shadow of its former self, a takeover wouldn't ...
Kevin Van Paassen/BloombergThere's a lot of value in BlackBerry: it has a leadership position in security; its QNX operating system is very strong; and it's well positioned in the growing Internet of Things marketplace.
Of all the stocks on the S&P/TSX 60, BlackBerry Ltd. (TSX:BB)(NASDAQ:BBRY) may be the most polarizing. Some investors believe the stock is poised to double (or better), while others believe the stock will crash.
BlackBerryThe BlackBerry Leap's cameras are fairly basic, with an 8 MP auto-focus rear camera with 5X digital zoom, flash, video image stabilization and 1080p HD video, and a 2 MP fixed focus front camera with 3X digital zoom and 720p video.