- Morgan Stanley is reportedly holding off from replacing its employees' older Blackberry (BBRY) phones with new BB10 devices, due to the uncertainty caused by the latter company's decision to consider selling itself.
- Morgan Stanley wants assurances that BlackBerry will provide support in the long term.
- The bank's delay is another blow for BlackBerry following a report this week that sales of the BB10-based Q10 have flopped. The hope is that the corporate market will help turn things around.
- Still, one large U.S. bank is piloting BB10 phones, Canadian banks are using them, and Spanish-language broadcaster Univision Communications has bought 2,000 Q10s as part of an upgrade.