The fallen tech icon’s revenue is growing again -- but investors still aren’t impressed.
News & Analysis: BlackBerry
The enterprise software leader posted a "disappointing" quarter.
A bad quarter has sent the enterprise software company's stock into the abyss, but it's not likely to stay there.
The company's results fall behind the growth of its addressable markets, and management may be too optimistic about its future.
The software business that breathed new life into the company is showing its own signs of fatigue.
BlackBerry recorded a steep decline based on quarterly results, while Uber and Lyft notably decelerated.
The company managed to break even on an adjusted basis, despite increased investments. But management cited "softness" in one key area.
A tough day for market overall hurt some stocks more than others.
Shares tumble after the company reports mixed quarterly results. Here's what investors need to know.
A tentative court ruling further reduces the scope of claims involving patent violations related to BlackBerry Messenger.