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BlackBerry Limited is a security software and services company. The Company provides enterprises and governments with technology to secure the Internet of Things (IoT). It provides various solutions for enabling IoT, which includes endpoint management, endpoint protection, secure communications, alerts and crisis communications, secure documents, applications, embedded systems and transport asset tracking. Its professional service offerings include cybersecurity consulting, enterprise consulting and QNX professional services. Its support and training services include technical support and technical training. It serves various industries, including financial services, transportation, government, education, professional services, healthcare and manufacturing. Its BlackBerry Secure Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) and Productivity Suites delivers users secure access to tools, applications and files for productivity, collaboration and agility.
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2200 University Ave E
John S. Chen
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Executive Vice President - Human Resources
Sai Yuen Ho
Executive Vice President - Enterprise Products and Value Added Solutions
Mark George Wilson
Chief Marketing Officer
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Canada's main stock index edged higher on Tuesday on hopes of resumption in the U.S.-China trade talks, although a plunge in BlackBerry's shares on weak results and a slide in oil prices capped gains.
Canada's BlackBerry Ltd <BB.TO> <BB.N> missed quarterly revenue estimates and cut the top end of its full-year forecast on Tuesday, hurt by weakness in sales of enterprise software, sending its shares down as much as 19% to near four-year lows.
Canada's BlackBerry Ltd reported a loss for the second quarter on Tuesday, compared to a profit a year earlier, as the company spent heavily to integrate recently acquired Cylance into its suite of products.
Canada's BlackBerry Ltd on Wednesday reported lower-than-expected sales for its biggest business, hurt by weak demand for its security software from firms and government agencies, sending its shares down as much as 10%.
Canadian software maker BlackBerry Ltd reported a smaller quarterly loss on Wednesday, benefiting from its acquisition of cybersecurity firm Cylance.
BlackBerry Ltd beat estimates for quarterly profit and forecast fiscal 2020 revenue above analysts' expectations on Friday as its focus on fast-growing markets like autonomous cars and cybersecurity pays off, sending its shares up as much as 15 percent on Friday.
Canada's main stock index was trading flat on Friday, as losses in heavyweight financials offset gains in energy stocks and BlackBerry shares.
Canada's BlackBerry Ltd reported a fourth-quarter profit on Friday compared with a year-ago loss as it saw a rise in its licensing and IP revenue.
BlackBerry Ltd on Wednesday filed a patent infringement lawsuit accusing Twitter Inc of illegally using technology in its mobile messaging applications that had been developed by the former smartphone maker.
BlackBerry Ltd <BB.TO> beat analysts' estimates for quarterly profit and revenue on Thursday, as the Canadian software maker's shift to fast-growing areas, including autonomous cars, boosted billings in its technology solutions business.
Canada's BlackBerry Ltd reported a quarterly profit on Thursday, compared with a loss a year earlier, when the company recorded a one-time charge of $149 million related to a payment dispute with Finnish technology firm Nokia Oyj.
BlackBerry Ltd raised its bets on artificial intelligence and cybersecurity on Friday with the $1.4 billion purchase of California-based machine-learning specialists Cylance.
Canadian software maker BlackBerry Ltd said on Friday it will acquire Cylance, an artificial intelligence and cybersecurity company, for $1.4 billion in cash.
BlackBerry Ltd is in talks to buy cybersecurity company Cylance Inc for as much as $1.5 billion, Business Insider reported on Friday, citing sources familiar with the matter.
BlackBerry Ltd reported quarterly profit above Wall Street estimates on Friday, fueled by demand for its software used in self-driving vehicles and lower costs, sending its shares up 16 percent.
Canadian software maker BlackBerry Ltd's second-quarter profit more than doubled, helped by higher billings at its software and services business and lower costs.
Canada's BlackBerry Ltd <BB.TO> signaled slowing sales in its software and services business as it switches to a subscription-based model, sending its shares down nearly 10 percent.
BlackBerry Ltd reported a quarterly loss on Friday, compared with a year-ago profit when the Canadian software maker received a one-time arbitration payment of $940 million from chipmaker Qualcomm Inc.
Chinese electronics maker TCL Corp on Thursday launched a high-end smartphone in the United States that it developed with Canada's BlackBerry Ltd, touting security and privacy features to distinguish it from other devices.
BlackBerry Ltd reported a fourth-quarter profit on Wednesday that beat analysts' estimates and said it expects strong billings at its high-margin software and services business for the full year.
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