BlackBerry Buys Cylance to Boost IoT Security
The $1.4 billion deal positions BlackBerry to capitalize on the demand for securing autonomous vehicles and IoT devices from cyber attacks.
U.S. Government Orders Boost BlackBerry Sales
The company's enterprise software and services revenue rose 11.5% in Q3 as it bagged some 3,000 customer orders.
Sales Woes Force BlackBerry Earnings Miss
The cell phone company said it was buying back shares and is still confident about second-half growth.
BlackBerry Makes Another Bet on Services
The acquisition of U.K. consultancy Encription will add to BlackBerry's cybersecurity business as it continues to pivot away from smartphones.
BlackBerry’s Software Focus Gaining Traction
Third-quarter results show Blackberry is making progress with higher-margin software and handsets that foster worker productivity.
BlackBerry Places $425M Bet on Mobile Security
The acquisition of Good Technology continues BlackBerry's shift away from smartphones to enterprise mobile security solutions.
Doubts Over Software Growth Hit BlackBerry
The company stumbles in its bid to transition from a mobile device maker to a software vendor.
Blackberry Adds WatchDox to Mobile Security Services
BlackBerry makes another deal in support of its strategy to become "the premier platform for secure mobile communications software and applications."
Regulators Probing Possible Blackberry Stock Manipulation
The SEC and the Ontario Securities Commission are looking into trades made after a report of a possible Blackberry takeover by Samsung.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Nov. 29
Blackberry, CBS Outdoor, Wal-Mart Stores, Needham, Brown-Forman, Penn National Gaming, Aurora Spine, Simulations Plus, Jasper Wireless