BlackBerry failed to strike a deal with the Canadian investor
BlackBerry announced the end of its strategic review along with the exit of its CEO
The company's outgoing chairman
The report said that BlackBerry will continue to pursue a sale and is now more open to breaking itself up.
BlackBerry announced that former CEO of enterprise data management firm
Chen said that it would take six quarters for the company to complete its turnaround adding that he has no interest in shutting down BlackBerry's handset business.
The report added that a pack of tech firms were exploring a strategic bid for BlackBerry, including Google, German software maker SAP, networking giant
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