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Lazaridis, fellow co-founder considering BlackBerry bid

  • In a fresh 13D, BlackBerry (BBRY +0.9%) co-founder Mike Lazaridis discloses he has entered into an agreement with fellow co-founder Douglas Fregin to "explore the possibility of submitting a potential joint bid" for BlackBerry. Together, Lazaridis and Fregin own an 8% stake.
  • Last month, the NYT reported Lazaridis had approached P-E firms Blackstone and Carlyle about a possible BlackBerry bid. He has also reportedly talked with Prem Watsa, who wanted Lazaridis to support Fairfax's buyout effort (still in need of considerable financing).
  • BlackBerry has turned positive in response to Lazaridis' filing.
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  • Andreas Hopf
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    It seems de rigueur of late to bid for companies without even the remotest chance of lining up the necessary funds.

     

    I herewith announce my bid for Hewlett-Packard (still in need of considerable financing).

     

    Sent from my HP 12c.
    10 Oct 2013, 02:22 PM Reply Like
  • Cesc
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    Hilarious!!
    10 Oct 2013, 04:33 PM Reply Like
  • Andreas Hopf
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    Hewlett-Packard has turned positive after hours in response to my filing.
    10 Oct 2013, 04:36 PM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    Bill Hewlett [William "Bill" Redington Hewlett (May 20, 1913 – January 12, 2001)], speaking, of course, through an interpreter, remarked "We do not take this offer seriously. At $16, HWP is not priced sensibly, barely covering the value of land and patents, not to mention our considerable expertise in handheld scientific calculators. Carly is doing a fine job and we will negotiate these rough waters as we always have - relying on an ocean of expensive printer ink."
    10 Oct 2013, 04:59 PM Reply Like
  • Dmitry Kovalchuk
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    Andreas, please don't forget to put a line in your confidentiality agreement with HP that if there will be a real bid, you will earn 350.000.000 USD. This seems to be a custom nowadays.
    10 Oct 2013, 05:53 PM Reply Like
  • ejaleo
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    it's not your filing that did it
    10 Oct 2013, 11:26 PM Reply Like
  • Andreas Hopf
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    Please uninstall IE's humour and satire blocker. Thank you.
    11 Oct 2013, 05:31 AM Reply Like
  • Dmitry Kovalchuk
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    Wrong, he is posting using a BB10 device :-D
    11 Oct 2013, 09:40 AM Reply Like
  • Mr. Knowitall
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    Isn't this just another phony bid to prop up his 8% stake, just like PW did to prop up his 10% stake?

     

    shameless.
    11 Oct 2013, 12:02 PM Reply Like
  • LYogi
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    Comments (1991) | Send Message
     
    Prop it up? What...2%?!
    11 Oct 2013, 12:04 PM Reply Like
  • Richard0623
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    Things are heating up, time to ignore those headlines about breaking up the company
    10 Oct 2013, 02:24 PM Reply Like
  • Crispin_in_Waterloo
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    A few minutes ago someone bought 1m shares in one go.
    10 Oct 2013, 02:48 PM Reply Like
  • rdg1704
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    Comments (9) | Send Message
     
    who sold them ? Those shares were not shown on the boards .
    10 Oct 2013, 02:56 PM Reply Like
  • pvshah6542
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    If these insiders are going to bid the minority shareholders are not going to get a fair deal. Max $9 No doubt Mike raised his stake at lower levels as he knew its going to be $9
    10 Oct 2013, 02:27 PM Reply Like
  • Black Truck
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    I'm very happy to see this. I emailed my MP only this morning to say that the Government of Canada needs to get involved and ensure that Blackberry doesn't end up either in foreign hands or broken up. I hope more out there do the same.

     

    Lazaridis is a technical genius. If only we can find a business counterpart for him, it would be a perfect combination.
    10 Oct 2013, 02:30 PM Reply Like
  • pjews
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    It nicw to see ML. back in the hunt for Blackberry.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:48 PM Reply Like
  • alext1379
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    The Dragon's Den guy could be the pitch guy for Lazaridis.

     

    If he were to put in a bid for everything, it will probably be at $9 as well but with actual cash lined up. Also avoids government regulations on foreign ownership.

     

    If Lazaridis were to get involved again, I would actually like him to just buy over 50% and leave BB public and listed as I'd want to get back in as a shareholder. If analysts manipulate the stock, he can just buy on the dips until he gets 100%.
    10 Oct 2013, 02:42 PM Reply Like
  • Chris Lau
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    That's Kevin O'Leary. I don't like his persona, but that tough love kind of persona would be a perfect image for (BBRY) to have. The only way to get out of a hole is to climb, despite all odds.

     

    It might finally be time to double-down and average down.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:41 PM Reply Like
  • Mr. Knowitall
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    @Chris, As opposed to the last time you said we should double down on $BBRY? http://seekingalpha.co...
    10 Oct 2013, 09:53 PM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    Best excerpt: "The worldwide BlackBerry 10 launch is barely half complete, and results do not include many Q10 sales."

     

    This was exactly confirmed later by the WSJ: "I think we'd all say that the Q10, the one we all thought was going to be the savior, just hit the ground and died."
    10 Oct 2013, 11:01 PM Reply Like
  • LYogi
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    Z30 will surprise and revive sentiment for both the platform and the brand.
    10 Oct 2013, 11:08 PM Reply Like
  • Mr. Knowitall
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    LYogi,

     

    I mean do you really believe that?
    You can't.

     

    I know you want BBRY to rise from the ashes, but the Z30 will flop hard.
    If you're betting on BBRY; bet that PW's ego will get the better of him and he'll make good on his $9 offer, or that the parts fire-sale will return some of your cash... but don't say the Z30 is going to be any sort of positive surprise because it just ain't.

     

    I'll bet you a grande latte from starbucks that I'm right.

     

    I love ya man, but the Z30 is going down HARD.
    11 Oct 2013, 12:44 AM Reply Like
  • gwynfryn
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    A member of the public enquires: "Please, what is a Z30?". [Well actually, it was "S’il vous plait, qu’est que c’est, ce « Z trente » ?"; no need to thank me for the translation...]
    11 Oct 2013, 09:25 AM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    Gwyn - Z30, thank God, doesn't have a keyboard and is their answer to the popular oversize Samsungs that have done well with people who appreciate larger screens for reading web pages. This is a fair CNET review if you ignore this stupid case he cant seem to get out of the way. It is almost like they let him touch it but warned against fingerprints.

     

    The drama over the launch was that Rogers, one of Canada's carriers, was going to refuse to carry it based on their disappointing results with the 10-series so far. They have reversed this position and now will sell them in Canada, where hundreds of customers (<--- snidely low number) doubtless yawningly await.

     

    http://cnet.co/16BgeUP
    11 Oct 2013, 10:08 AM Reply Like
  • LYogi
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    I stand by my feeling that the Z30 will sell well!
    11 Oct 2013, 10:14 AM Reply Like
  • gwynfryn
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    Comments (3886) | Send Message
     
    Zat was supposed to be a spoof, RJ, but thanks for the link; looks like they've "right sized" the phone, at least, and I'd be very 'appy to 'ave one, but ze mec sinks zee "zee" 30 will be priced at 199$ to 250$? A little optimistic, n'est pas? Alors, zat Sandra Bullock look one dum broad in "Gravity"! Don't zey train astronauts to stay cool, and swing arms to arrest spin, any more? Everysing it is going to the chiens, bordel de merde...
    11 Oct 2013, 11:32 AM Reply Like
  • gwynfryn
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    It should, LY, if enough people get to know about it, but do you really believe that BBRY have, as yet, understood the need to advertise in an elucidating manner, and to educate the public about their many advantages? I see precious little evidence of this!
    11 Oct 2013, 11:35 AM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    I b'lieve the pricing to be perfect - as long as it does not require a contract to sell for $200-250. Somehow, I bet my optimism is misplaced...
    11 Oct 2013, 11:45 AM Reply Like
  • gwynfryn
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    That's what the guy on the video posited, but I've seen elsewhere it'll be north of 700$, which is more in line with how they've priced their other phones (way to highly, in my opinion).
    11 Oct 2013, 11:53 AM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    And yet a new bidder emerges.

     

    Facing a questionable series of offers from former BlackBerry insiders, some groups of aficionados have turned to the US to garner support for their own plans. No, it wasn't to seek hedge funds and equity buyers, these are dedicated users who want to protect the revered BlackBerry name and save the company.

     

    So in bottle deposit states such as California and Washington in the West, caravans of workers have shown up to harvest bottles and cans from local roadways.

     

    As shown here, these volunteers from the People's BlackBerry Committee plan to fan out and gather 100 billion bottles and cans from highways throughout the US

     

    http://on.doi.gov/1hIefzs

     

    At a nickel apiece, it may seem a daunting task, yet there is strength in numbers as these new arrivals soon learn when they arrive for a briefing near Modesto, California.

     

    http://bit.ly/1hIeevt

     

    And so it goes, from the Pacific, to Iowa and Michigan, New York to Maine - wherever there are nickels to be had, the BlackBerry bottle army marches on.

     

    There are stories of success. NY, a pioneer for BlackBerry when it rode its way to once-lofty popularity, has helped streamline the revenue gathering system.

     

    http://bit.ly/1hIeevx

     

    The Iowa Navy had mobilized all if its craft for assistance and streamside remediation projects.

     

    http://bit.ly/1hIefzu

     

    As encouraging as all of this has been (organizers say that over $2B USD has been raised so far) problems remain as revenue authorities begin to consider whether this group is indeed, tax exempt, as the takeover of one of Canada's iconic brands is surely charitable but many of the participants, including fiery spokesperson LYogi, have clear financial interests that are not entirely altruistic.

     

    While lawyers battle over the details

     

    http://bit.ly/1hIefzw

     

    hope marches on.
    11 Oct 2013, 12:20 PM Reply Like
  • 4ronk
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    Somehow I think this could be the saving grace... and redemption.
    10 Oct 2013, 02:46 PM Reply Like
  • Zack 800
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    Interesting...to think that he might own his old company...you can't say that the saga of BB has not been boring!
    10 Oct 2013, 02:52 PM Reply Like
  • Blkwtrdragon
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    Balsillie could be back in too.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:03 PM Reply Like
  • gwynfryn
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    Did you really mean to imply it's been "boring", zac? Watch out for those double negatives, mate (please; they give me a head ache!).
    11 Oct 2013, 09:28 AM Reply Like
  • usajordi
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    Thanks Mike!
    We are going to be very proud of you!
    That's the way, you are showing the money!
    Bring John Sculley in with you too as he said yesterday that BBRY could be a terrific turnaround!
    The company should be kept together, but separate BB10's and new models, entering into a partnership with somebody like Lenovo, LG, Huawei or another one that can help in production lowering the final price point and still making good money, and
    Keep milking BBM expanded soon to hundreds of millions of users after Android and iOS users register!
    All of them will be happy to enjoy crystal clear communication worldwide!.
    Partner with BES10 and QNX with a couple of the best companies like CSCO, MSFT, INTC, Oracle, or similar,
    And please keep the Patents in House for protection and future litigation!
    We feel that BBRY stock could be at 50 $ in a few years from now, and making lots of money!
    Long live BBRY!

     

    .
    10 Oct 2013, 03:12 PM Reply Like
  • usajordi
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    Comments (207) | Send Message
     
    Andreas
    Where are you coming from?
    Mike is the FIRST on that is showing the real money
    and making this public!
    I honestly feel a lot of respect for him!Long live BBRY!
    10 Oct 2013, 03:13 PM Reply Like
  • Andreas Hopf
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    I come from old Europe, up North.
    10 Oct 2013, 04:46 PM Reply Like
  • bud zeedee
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    We could have guessed, doctor.
    10 Oct 2013, 05:14 PM Reply Like
  • $digger
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    News on the bmo line is he has financing lined up with Goldman Sachs.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:15 PM Reply Like
  • farmwersteve
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    I gotta be honest. I am surprised so many companies have come forward with interest this early
    I mean even on ebay the savvy people don't bid until the last minute, why would anyone want to create a bidding war.

     

    It were my company that was interested, I would certainly want to take a look at the books, but it would be under a strict confidentiality agreement.

     

    Based on that, I wonder how many other companies are sniffing around.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:16 PM Reply Like
  • LYogi
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    Comments (1991) | Send Message
     
    agreed, this is just the tip of the iceberg. More bids will materialize in the coming weeks.

     

    Long and getting longer.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:18 PM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    I like the ebay idea. Maybe that is next...
    10 Oct 2013, 03:22 PM Reply Like
  • Seppo Sahrakorpi
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    Comments (1871) | Send Message
     
    Whoa BBRY is now for sale on eBay. Link please, I want to bid!
    14 Oct 2013, 08:30 PM Reply Like
  • pjews
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    Nice to see ML back in the bid for Blackberry. He has probably learned something. Maybe JB will be back too. That would be a hoot.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:24 PM Reply Like
  • ciolan
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    Added to my position. 9 seems very probable now (not like andreas' "stratosphere' metaphor), also downside seems limited, they will keep on buying.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:41 PM Reply Like
  • davidyaciuk
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    Something is definitely happening. What do they know that we don't? And why the continued delay in launching BBM on Apple and Google?
    10 Oct 2013, 03:46 PM Reply Like
  • LYogi
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    The delay (withholding?) of the BBM cross-platform release is a huge issue in my mind.

     

    My gut tells me that prospective bidders for the company don't want it released and to be successful as that will drive up the share price.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:59 PM Reply Like
  • Crispin_in_Waterloo
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    Agreed LYogi. In fact there are all sorts of things waiting in the wings. It is frustrating to see what is 'there' while 'something' keeps everything back.
    11 Oct 2013, 09:39 AM Reply Like
  • $digger
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    Confirmed, and he is bringing another co founder Fegin along with him. This will keep us all in the game as it will stay public and have people involved that know where they are going to take the company. Launch the z30 successfully, get rid of TH, and build the company the way the true visionaries can without the present management.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:46 PM Reply Like
  • Cliff Hilton
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    I would like to see BBRY stay public. I have a lot (for me) riding on what I thought was a very good opportunity. I have great respect for the creator of BBRY and all the blue collar guys that got their pink slips. I hope they find work so they can get back to taking care of their families.
    10 Oct 2013, 03:53 PM Reply Like
  • alext1379
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    BB patents apparently are worthless but Apple is out there today scooping up BB employees, the ones who developed said patents.

     

    Apple must not know as much as the analysts.
    10 Oct 2013, 04:10 PM Reply Like
  • yongzhou
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    Comments (208) | Send Message
     
    Rimm bought most of their patents and no Apple is Not hiring the people who created the junk rimm phones. This is all Crackberry talk. Remember Lazardis is the guy who drove the company in a ditch to begin with. But this is all talk just to buy time. Now what is real is the blizzard of lawsuits and the break up of the company. Sold in pieces an at the bottom price.
    10 Oct 2013, 08:45 PM Reply Like
  • Crispin_in_Waterloo
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    Apple sent a special team to Waterloo 10 days ago specifically to cast for BBRY employees. Two giants are opening new offices there just to sop up the local talent becoming available. Google, Open Text, Sandvines, Ratheon etc are already in town.
    11 Oct 2013, 09:41 AM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    I heard JC Penney was there to scoop up product managers and board members...
    11 Oct 2013, 12:53 PM Reply Like
  • gwynfryn
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    With a mechanical hoe, I hope!
    12 Oct 2013, 09:31 AM Reply Like
  • Crazy Mazy
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    There must be a deal in the works, I can just sense it. I also believe we are going to see more bids on the way!
    10 Oct 2013, 09:51 PM Reply Like
  • Crazy Mazy
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    of course apple is scooping up Former BB employees, because they know BB 10 OS was a good product. Sop thanks to the inept BOD they drove BB into the ground. Now if a new bidder come forth its going to be really tough to get things back to normal again at BB. They lost some valuable employ yes and now apple is taking advantage, which make it even harder to compete. I hope Lazaridis is sucessful, since he wants to keep BB public and going stong. If he buys the company he shouldn't waste time Fire everyone of the BOD as well as TH and get a competent tam in there asap, no time to waste.
    10 Oct 2013, 11:35 PM Reply Like
  • gwynfryn
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    I'm all for competent tams!
    11 Oct 2013, 09:31 AM Reply Like
  • Crispin_in_Waterloo
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    @Crazy

     

    The architecture of the sound processor separate from the main processor (on chip) was conceived and brought to fruition by an ex-Apple employee. That is why the BB sound quality is so high. Talent shuffles around. The guy is back on the West Coast. He also wrote the codecs for the iPod.

     

    Have you used BBM Voice? Amazing clarity. BBRY has really top people and everyone knows it.
    11 Oct 2013, 09:45 AM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    Just a little question for all of you longs - and not in my usual full-tease mode. Lazaridis and Fregin are suggested to be joining with or possibly competing against a bid by P. Watsa. Their 8% would make it easier for Fairfax's 10% to swing financing if they ever do hook up.

     

    But where were these guys, major shareholders, during this long denouement? I realize, you make a lot of money, buy a place in paradise,

     

    http://bit.ly/GSC9fU

     

    hang out with the chic from T-Mobile,

     

    http://bit.ly/GSC9fW

     

    that life is good, but your wealth is being crapperized by a herd of idiots in Waterloo. Where was the incredulous "Dude! What were you thinking?" Perhaps worse, if my shares had headed south in such dynamic fashion, when they came to ask how much I had left all they would have gotten was a smile.

     

    So, close to halloween here in the US, where we celebrate ghouls and goblins and witches... tell me again why bringing these guys back is good or why they haven't been around for such a long time on their own. Did BBRY send out notes to all the remaining significant shareholders telling them it was time to re-think their retirement?
    10 Oct 2013, 11:57 PM Reply Like
  • gwynfryn
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    I had similar thoughts, RJ, expecting L+F and W to team up from the get go, if either is serious about this (18% is a big improvement on 10%) so I'm suspicious of both, and, right now, my gut tells me that those shares, like that island, will soon be underwater.
    11 Oct 2013, 09:36 AM Reply Like
  • hz06
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    This is getting a little complicated now. Watsa, Lazaridis, and Canadian government are on one side. They want to take BB private as cheap as they can. The major stockholders are on one side. They probably want to cash out as high as possible. The foreign suitors are on one side. No one knows who's gonna willing to pay how much for what. Party just started, lot of people show up.

     

    Now is just the dance phase. Everybody is dancing but holding their cards close to their vest. Someone got the aces. But they gonna show their hand at the very last minute, sorry, very last second or milliseconds just like on eBay.

     

    For us retail longs, there's nothing we can do. So just sit back and watch.
    11 Oct 2013, 12:30 AM Reply Like
  • Crazy Mazy
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    Has anyone here seen or tried the New Z30 yet. This is definitely a top of the line phone! I kind of suspect the price is too high though. The look and feel are great. When i saw the pictures on Crackberry i thought to my self OMG they are not going to make a phone like that. When i saw the real thing, it totally blew me away Just holding in your hand, you can tell it's a premium phone. The feel is amazing, and when you hold it against your ear it feels very comfortable indeed, unlike Iphones. The reception is crystal clear (it must be the new antenna technology), and the display is amazing. The 10.2 OS has finally come of age, and is rock solid. Too bad that now the the company is going down the drain they came out with their best phone ever! If they had launched this at the beginning I think BB would of sold a lot more phones ( if the price is right). I notice that they have been getting very positive reviews even from Cnet believe it or not! I guess its true if the Phone is great they will get good reviews even from the sites that bash them.
    13 Oct 2013, 07:29 AM Reply Like
  • WATERLOO JOE
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    Good reviews are always nice,but can they stop the carnage.
    A Lot of BlackBerry. In house employee brain power comes from independent contract personal, or corporate independants, IE.antanae technology .o
    13 Oct 2013, 10:40 PM Reply Like
  • WATERLOO JOE
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    Canadian Government will Block any suitor from outside Canada for security reason. Only solution is home grown control or auction
    13 Oct 2013, 09:17 AM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    Comments (2328) | Send Message
     
    Joe

     

    One assumes that if a sale is blocked by the government, an auction would be similarly regulated so that no precious snippets of code leak across borders. How long do you think it will take a panel of Canadian government officials to determine what is for sale and what isn't, given that winter is rapidly setting in and hockey season has started?

     

    As a second question, given that BBRY cash is disappearing faster than wallets at a pickpocket's convention, where do you project the share price to be in 6 months when said committee holds its first official hearing?

     

    A) $35 (the ever popular Hail Mary price)

     

    B) $8 (price today)

     

    C) $4 (value in 6 months as assets - liabilities grows ever smaller)
    13 Oct 2013, 10:41 AM Reply Like
  • hz06
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    @joe - only if Canadian government has a better choice (than letting foreign suitors buy it in whole).

     

    The best deal for the Canadian side would be Canadian residents (Watsa, Lazaridis, Canadian funds) to take it private as the LOI indicated, with a real partnership with a major company in US. But two questions here, will the major stockholders vote yes for $9? Which company in US sees benefits of partnering with Blackberry would outweigh the trouble of dancing with it in such a competitive and fast changing market place?

     

    Auction (by pieces)? That will grab a much higher evaluation of Blackberry but what does the Canadian government get in that case? Major layoff in addition to the already announced 40% is for sure.
    13 Oct 2013, 11:34 AM Reply Like
  • WATERLOO JOE
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    The best thing for all shareholders would be to have the Canadian Government. stop interfering.
    Let nature take its course, by becoming immune to it's present woes or becoming consumed. By them.
    13 Oct 2013, 10:54 PM Reply Like
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