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BlackBerry lays off 250 employees in latest round of cuts

TORONTO (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd has laid off about 250 of its employees at its headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario, as part of its latest move to trim costs, the smartphone maker said on Thursday.Full story

Samsung close to mobile-device deal with FBI: sources

(Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is close to signing a deal to sell its popular line of Galaxy devices to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, sources familiar with the situation said on Friday. Full story

Bad news BlackBerry?

  Stuart Jeffrey, BlackBerry analyst at Nomura, explains why he has a neutral rating on the stock, and a price target slightly below where the stock is now.

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  Hope for BlackBerry

Despite the Street's anticipation for unhappy BlackBerry shareholders, shareholder sentiment was calm and hopeful. CNBC's Seema Mody has the details of the tech stock that is rallying today despite its recent sell off.

  BlackBerry Meets Shareholders

Shares of BlackBerry are higher after the company's CEO told shareholders the company has a solid balance sheet, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.

  BlackBerry CEO's Plan Sends Stock Higher

Shares of the smartphone maker briefly hit session highs after CEO Thorsten Heins discussed whether the company would be open to splitting up the company, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.

  BlackBerry Misses the Street

BlackBerry's earnings were a huge disappointment for Wall Street, reports CNBC's Seema Mody. The stock lost nearly a third of its value today.

  Strategies to Help BlackBerry

What should BlackBerry do now to ensure its survival? Ed Snyder, Charter Equity Research, provides perspective. "BlackBerry's core business is a good business, it's just not going to be as big as it used to be," he says.

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