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  • Strategic buyers express interest in BlackBerry - Reuters [View news story]
    I know of this lawsuit. http://bloom.bg/1bzwF8d

    Do you have more details about the other one?
    Oct 5 06:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • An Open Letter To BlackBerry Management And Directors [View article]
    You forgot to include the following question: Why Heins, PW and the BDO are a bunch of crooks narcissistic psychopaths? Because their mothers didn´t give them love when they were babies.
    Oct 1 12:10 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Shareholder Inequality: Fairfax's Other Motivations In Its Bid For BlackBerry [View article]
    Don´t let PW fool you. He is stealing the company from stockholders. First, he ruins the company and after he plays the role of the savior. He should be in prison along with Heins. Read this http://yhoo.it/14NawxT...
    Sep 26 08:51 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • $9 For BlackBerry Stock Buyout: Take It Or Leave It [View article]
    It´s clear that all this is a charade well-designed months ago. Heins and PW are criminals.
    Read this: http://yhoo.it/19DzeR4
    Sep 26 08:32 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Memorandum To The BlackBerry Board Of Directors: Stop The Charade And Manage The Company [View article]
    BBRY did two things wrong, both very suspicious.The first thing wrong was that they made inexcusable delays with the Q10. The second thing is that they did not advertise the new platform good enough. These mistakes are too big for a company the size and experience of BBRY. Last month, when it went public that HT would receive 57 M for selling the company, I began to suspect that Thorstein could be in collusion with Fairfax. By means of screwing the small investors, Fairfax would obtain BBRY at discount price. If BBRY profits begin to surge in the future--and I think it will happen because their last products are the state of the art in wireless technology--you know why all this charade.
    Yesterday, I read a survey that says that younger generations do not invest in Wall Street as their predecessors did. What it´s happening today with BBRY it´s the perfect example of why young people distrust buying stocks. Wall Street has become a pigpen full of criminal activity that is not prosecuted by today´s laws.
    Thanks Mr Thorstein. You may win 57 M but you will be remembered as big looser and as a suspect scumbag.
    Sep 26 10:21 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is There Any Room For A Bidding War In BlackBerry? [View article]
    Thanks for the clarification, Paul. There are some die-hard BBRY believers. I am one of them because I consider that their last line to be the best phones in the market. Unfortunately, for small stakeholders the near future is very dark. If BBRY goes private, we will have to take the 9 usd and accept loses and if it doesn´t go private, then the stock may sink to 5 or 6 usd. However, for long term investors (2 or more years) the BBRY outlook could be different, I think.
    Sep 24 02:36 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Prem Watsa Playing Bluff Poker With BlackBerry? [View article]
    You are right, incompetence is a perfectly adequate explanation, but when the mistakes they made are so obvious, then one wonders if there was intentionality. The is a logic for a conspiracy theory and that is that Fairfax gets the company at discount price at the cost of screwing retail investors and Heins gets a 57 million--that is an astronomical amount of money for ruining a company.
    Sep 24 02:02 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is There Any Room For A Bidding War In BlackBerry? [View article]
    Thanks for the clarification. So BBRY will go private yes or yes. If it´s not Fairfax it will be another bidder. What I try to say is that the BOD has already accepted the idea that BBRY will go private and there is not a way back.
    Sep 24 01:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Prem Watsa Playing Bluff Poker With BlackBerry? [View article]
    I agree with you. I depart from the axiom that BBRY is making great products. It will be interesting to see if other big players will step in the bid. I would like to see that, just because Fairfax´s strategy would be broken.
    Sep 24 01:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is There Any Room For A Bidding War In BlackBerry? [View article]
    Correct me if I am wrong, but the BOD has agreed on the 9 USD deal, meaning that Fairfax does not have any obstacle if he wants to take BBRY private.
    Sep 24 01:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Citi, Wells Fargo doubt another BlackBerry bidder will emerge [View news story]
    Watsa has the 10% of stock. I think that Watsa has the support of others BOD and shareholdes to obtain the majority of votes. But this is only a supposition.
    Sep 23 08:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry to be acquired by Fairfax-led consortium for $9/share [View news story]
    I really hope an unexpected bidder steps in and screws Fair fax plan. Also, I hope Heins gets a terrible diarrhea from caviar indigestion after celebrating his 50 million parachute.
    Sep 23 02:57 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry to be acquired by Fairfax-led consortium for $9/share [View news story]
    They say that Fairfax will take BBRY private unless another bidder gets the company. Can I maintain the stock if BBRY goes private or I am forced to sell them?
    Sep 23 02:38 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: This Is Just Plain Ugly [View article]
    I am almost convinced that Heins did everything he could to botch the restructuring plan so he could get the 50 million by selling the company. He did zero investment in advertisement after the Z10 and Q10 were released. There were inexcusable delays. He said loud that the company was for sell. You can almost feel that he did these things intentionally. It´s ridiculous that CEOs get pay more money for ruining a company than for saving it. Shame on you Heins!
    Sep 22 10:00 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: This Is Just Plain Ugly [View article]
    We know that BBRY products are made of good quality materials and they are secure phones, but that is not enough. I think that the key for BBRY to survive is called "ecosystem". You can side load up to 70% of Android apps into the new BB10. I don´t know how acceptable is this method. I have heard that it´s a bit complex for the average person to do it. I can see a future for BBRY is they can maker easier the compatibility procedures of Android apps. I am long on BBRY, but I am a bit disappointed at the new management team of this company. They lack spirit, courage and initiative. They do not care about surprising the customer with new innovations, new bets or new risks. A company is like a marriage. You always have to strive and to seduce in order to keep the flame of love alive. If you don´t, then the love dies.
    I hope Heins gets the message that the market is telling him--if he cares. I wish other CEO with more courage and higher dreams would step in.
    Sep 22 12:53 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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