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    Who Would BlackBerry Sell To?

    The news about possibly selling the company is driving stock prices up by double digits but who would be possible buyers of the company?

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    Dell, Microsoft, Yahoo, Samsung, Lenovo, HP and IBM have all mumbled in the last 6 months to a year about purchasing or going into partnership with BlackBerry. There are more but I can't recall them off the top of my head.

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    Wrong... BlackBerry has no reason to sell their stocks are just fine. All they need to do is pull out of USA markets. The Vertical Markets is South America / Central America / India.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deep-Six View Post
    Wrong... BlackBerry has no reason to sell their stocks are just fine. All they need to do is pull out of USA markets. The Vertical Markets is South America / Central America / India.
    Hi,

    The Blackberry stocks are going down over the last years without any clear recovery. The company is struggling and losing share in the smartphone's battle, there's no doubt about that.

    Check its stock's evolution from here: Chart

    Regards

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    If I was Google I make a play for Blackberry.
    Take its assists and add them to Motorola Mobility.

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    apple? microsoft? that would be good

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    I think Yahoo should buy BB. Spread out the tech.
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    Looks like it's Fairfax. $4.7 Billion.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/fairfa...221636841.html

    BlackBerry already announced they were exiting the consumer market and moving to an enterprise-only strategy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo47 View Post
    Looks like it's Fairfax. $4.7 Billion.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/fairfa...221636841.html

    BlackBerry already announced they were exiting the consumer market and moving to an enterprise-only strategy.
    That would result very smart... they haven't many chances in a market that is becoming more competitive and evolving really fast.

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