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BlackBerry may shutter its handset business today if CEO keeps promise he made last year

With Canada’s BlackBerry set to report earnings this morning before North American stock markets open, Wall Street is wondering whether the company will announce a decision about whether to close its handset business. Though there have been no specific announcements or rumors or leaks this week, the speculation stems from a comment CEO John Chen made a year […]
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