The $150 Moto E marks an attempt to tap the rapidly growing low-end smartphone market around the world.
The company is dumping more than 3 million square feet of office space, but will lease back a portion.
As BlackBerry transitions away from devices most investors on Wall Street anticipate several rough quarters. But that doesn't mean things aren't starting to turn around.
The company reports its first-quarter results, and weather, international sales and CEO succession will all likely be in focus.
The company's best hope is to become a seller of services, not handsets.
Meet the survivors that haven't yet been killed off by intense competition.
As the smartphone maker clings to its dwindling market share, one of its last and most prominent strongholds – the White House – is reportedly weighing other options.
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