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Is BlackBerry Stock Now Fairly Priced?

Wells Fargo and Credit Suisse both issued coverage for BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ: BBRY) after the struggling smartphone player reported earnings last Friday. Many investors remain confused about BlackBerry's turnaround hopes. ...
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BlackBerry Earnings Testify to Turnaround Effort

BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ: BBRY) reported second-fiscal quarter 2015 earnings before markets opened Friday. The smartphone maker reported an adjusted diluted earnings per share (EPS) loss of $0.02 on revenues of ...
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Apple Climbs List of Most Heavily Shorted Nasdaq Stocks

Familiar names made up the top five most shorted stocks on the Nasdaq between the August 29 and September 15 settlement dates, though Apple did see a surge in shares ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BlackBerry, Chevron, Exxon, SanDisk, Clorox and More

Stocks were soft on Tuesday on a day with very light news and little economic data. Investors still remain eager to find bargains or overlooked equity stories. 24/7 Wall St. ...
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Sirius XM Keeps Top Spot Among Most Shorted Nasdaq Stocks

Short sellers shied away from three of the top five most shorted stocks on the Nasdaq between the August 15 and August 29 settlement dates. The biggest drop was in ...
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Apple’s U.S. Smartphone Share Lead Widens Ahead of iPhone 6 Launch

For the three months ending in July, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) added 1% of the U.S. smartphone market to its share of OEM sales. Apple now claims 42.4% of the ...
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Apple Grows U.S. Smartphone Share Ahead of New iPhone Launch

For the three months ending in June, Samsung Electronics gained 1.6% of U.S. smartphone market share, while Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) added 0.7% to grow its industry-leading share to 42.1%, ...
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The 5 Most Heavily Shorted Nasdaq Stocks: Who Bucked the Trend?

Short sellers shied away from four of the top five most shorted stocks on the Nasdaq between the June 30 and July 15 settlement dates. The outlier was Frontier Communications, ...
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Can A New COO Help Save BlackBerry?

BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ: BBRY) has a turnaround that remains caught between a rock and a hard place. The consumer move into iPhone and Android smartphones has sucked in almost all ...
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7 Most Heavily Shorted Nasdaq Stocks

Here is a look at the seven Nasdaq-traded stocks with the largest number of shares held short as of June 30. Six of the seven experienced declines in short interest, ...
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Apple Short Interest Drops by 13 Million

Apple held on to its spot among the top five most shorted stocks on the Nasdaq between the June 13 and June 30 settlement dates, even though short sellers shied ...
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10 Brands That Will Disappear in 2015

Each year, 24/7 Wall St. identifies 10 American brands that we predict will disappear before the end of the next year. This year’s list reflects the fact that mergers and ...
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BlackBerry Stock Sneaking Up on a New 52-Week High

Shares of BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ: BBRY) traded more than 5% higher on higher-than-usual volume Monday morning following a weekend report that the smartphone maker is about to launch a health ...
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BlackBerry Sells German R&D Assets to VW

UPDATE: BlackBerry shares popped 5% in early trading Monday following a weekend report that the smartphone maker will launch a health care software service in India. Smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ: ...
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Apple Regained U.S. Smartphone Market Share in May

For the three months ending in May, Samsung Electronics gained 0.8% of the U.S. smartphone market and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) added 0.6%. Apple continues to hold the market share ...
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