BlackBerry to Explore Strategic Alternatives
Aug 12, 2013, 7:06 AM by Eric M. Zeman
BlackBerry today announced that it has formed a committee to evaluate the firm's strategic alternatives moving forward. According to BlackBerry, the list of alternatives the company plans to consider include possible joint ventures, strategic partnerships or alliances, a sale to a third party, or other possible transactions. The special committee members include Barbara Stymiest, Thorsten Heins (BlackBerry's CEO), Richard Lynch, and Bert Nordberg, and will be chaired by Timothy Dattels. BlackBerry did not place a deadline on when it might make a decision about its future. BlackBerry launched the BlackBerry 10 platform earlier this year, and sales of its new smartphones have not caught on as the company hoped.
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Too little too latr
That is a LOT of time to wait for a new OS and human nature has proven one thing, we humans are a impatient bunch when it comes to waiting ar...
I think it is all to late now....
As much as I hate to admit it, Blackberry lost its foot hold on the market by staying stagnant, when iPhone and Android landed they stayed complacent by staying with their Java based OS on very under powered hardware.
I don't know where
Sure...it probably isn't doing as well in the US as it is overseas....but all indications are that sales are strong, not weak