BlackBerry CEO Thorstein Heins says the Apple smartphone's age shows. Heins couldn't be more wrong.
It may not be able to dominate the Web services field the way it has online shopping.
These factors could soon evaporate months' worth of gains.
Stocks are slightly lower despite better-than-expected February retail sales figures.
The retailer might be the last man standing in the consumer electronics space, but that doesn't make it a good investment.
The video-streaming and DVD-by-mail company gets the lowest marks of any online retailer and trails only Wal-Mart overall.
The search giant may 'dominate' the mobile market with its Android operating system, but there's not a lot of profit in it. Or in other of the company's non-core ventures.
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