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  1. BlackBerry Posts Mixed Numbers, But Is On The Right Path Of RevivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 21 | GuruFocus.com

    When the name of Blackberry was taken a few years back, it used to be considered as a symbol of pride and esteem but with new mobile players moving into the smartphone market with far better offerings, the Blackberry phones took the back seat when it came to their sales vis-a-vis their counterparts with similar features. This in turn did grossly affect the earnings of the company which started generating negative cash flows and has thus reported losses in the past several quarters.

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  2. Chen delivers on his promise, but slumping revenue casts a shadow on BlackBerry's turnaroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Canada.com

    The BlackBerry Ltd. Classic smartphone is displayed for a photograph during an event in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014. The company reports its quarterly earnings on Friday.

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  3. BlackBerry Revenue Miss Overshadows Turnaround MilestoneRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | The Washington Post

    Revenue dropped 34 percent to $793 million in the three months ended Nov. 29, missing analysts' estimates for $931 million. BlackBerry shares fell 0.8 percent to $9.99 at the close in New York.

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  4. BlackBerry Sales Shortfall Overshadows Turnaround MilestoneRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | The Washington Post

    Revenue dropped 34 percent to $793 million in the three months ended Nov. 29, missing analysts' estimates for $931 million. BlackBerry shares fell 4.7 percent to $9.60 at 12:15 p.m. New York time.

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  5. BlackBerry Ltd. achieves 'milestone' with positive cash flow, but revenue disappointsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Canada.com

    The BlackBerry Ltd. Classic smartphone is displayed for a photograph during an event in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014. The company reports its quarterly earnings on Friday.

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  6. BlackBerry reports adjusted profit, but revenue disappointsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | ABS-CBN News

    BlackBerry Ltd on Friday reported a small adjusted third-quarter profit and returned to positive cash flow, but shares fell as revenue declined more than expected. Revenue fell to $793 million from $1.19 billion a year earlier, falling short of expectations.

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  7. Target has been sticking to its agreed-on deal to transact with CME and its own management.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | TheStreet.com

    BGC Partners said Wednesday after the market close that it had raised its all cash bid for GFI to $5.45 per share, or $694 million, from $5.25 per share. The deal provides a 3.8% premium to BGC's previous offer, which as rejected in November, and also tops an offer from CME for $5.25 in cash and stock.

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  8. Despite Less Revenue, BlackBerry Turns a Small ProfitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Entrepreneur Magazine

    BlackBerry Ltd on Friday reported a small adjusted third-quarter profit and returned to positive cash flow, but shares fell as revenue declined more than expected. Revenue fell to $793 million from $1.19 billion a year earlier, falling short of expectations.

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  9. BlackBerry Posts Sales Miss, Adjusted ProfitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Fox News

    BlackBerry Ltd on Friday reported a small adjusted third-quarter profit and returned to positive cash flow, but shares fell as revenue declined more than expected. Revenue fell to $793 million from $1.19 billion a year earlier, falling short of expectations.

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  10. UPDATE 1-BlackBerry reports adjusted profit, but revenue disappointsRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | Reuters

    BlackBerry Ltd on Friday reported a small adjusted third-quarter profit and returned to positive cash flow, but shares fell as revenue declined more than expected. Revenue fell to $793 million from $1.19 billion a year earlier, falling short of expectations.

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  11. Us Stocks-Wall St has best 2-day gain since 2011 on Fed optimismRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Reuters

    U.S. stocks surged on Thursday, extending a Federal Reserve-fueled rally from the previous session and giving the S&P 500 its best two-day advance in three years. The rally follows the Fed's commitment on Wednesday to take a "patient" approach toward raising interest rates while signaling it was on track to raise rates in 2015, which analysts said provided clarity and relief to investors over the policy outlook.

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  12. Top real estate M&A deals that will impact NYC next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | The Real Deal

    Cushman & Wakefield's acquisition of the local brokerage Massey Knakal Realty Services for a reported $100 million looks set to be the biggest shakeup in the local market this year. But it's but by no means the only one.

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  13. Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Hotels Arranges Sale of Savannah, GA, HotelRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Hotel Interactive

    An affiliate of the Weston, Fla.-based InSite Group acquired a 101-room hotel at 320 Montgomery Street in the Historic District of Savannah, Ga., and plans to reposition the former Country Inn & Suites property into the B Historic Savannah , a boutique and lifestyle hotel befitting the area's charm, according to Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Hotels, which arranged the sale on behalf of the seller, Tara of Savannah LLC, in a privately marketed transaction. "Given its prime location in the historic downtown, this hotel attracted a number of eager investors wanting to get into this known high barrier-to-entry hotel market with very strong and diverse leisure demand," said NGKF Hotels Director Bhavesh "B.J." Patel.

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  14. BlackBerry Wraps Turnaround Year as Holders Await ProfitRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Bloomberg

    BlackBerry Ltd. unveiled a new phone that harks back to the company's glory days of being the world's leading smartphone maker, capping a year dedicated to stabilizing finances and winning back investor confidence. BlackBerry Chief Executive Officer John Chen showed off the new "Classic" phone at an event in New York yesterday, touting its qwerty keyboard and trackpad.

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  15. BGC Boosts Tender Offer for Rival Broker GFI to $5.45 a ShareRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Bloomberg

    Howard Lutnick 's BGC Partners Inc. increased its takeover offer for rival interdealer broker GFI Group Inc. by 3.8 percent. BGC is raising its offer to buy GFI by 20 cents to $5.45 a share, New York-based GFI said today in a regulatory filing.

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  16. BGC Partners Agrees to Buy RP Martin Group's U.K., Dutch AssetsRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Bloomberg

    Howard Lutnick 's BGC Partners Inc. agreed to buy the U.K. assets of RP Martin Group Ltd. for an undisclosed sum to strengthen its foreign exchange and rates businesses. BGC Partners also plans to purchase the Swedish and Dutch assets of RP Martin in 2015, it said in a statement today.

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  17. BGC Partners to acquire RP Martin's U.K. assetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Seeking Alpha

    BGC Partners (NASDAQ: BGCP ) has struck a deal to purchase the U.K. assets of rival RP Martin, and plans to buy the latter's other businesses based in Sweden and the Netherlands in 2015.

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  18. BGC Partners announces agreement to acquire the assets and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Canada NewsWire

    BGC expects to acquire further businesses and assets of RP Martin in . BGC expects the transaction to be immediately accretive and to boost its European rates and foreign exchange platforms.

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  19. Apple pacts in Canada may have raised pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Iol.co.za

    Canadian consumers may have ended up paying higher prices for cellphones and wireless services because of contracts between Apple's Canadian unit and domestic carriers, the Canadian Competition Bureau said in a court filing this week. The iPhone has given Apple extraordinary bargaining power with mobile carriers around the world, and the Canadian watchdog wants to know if it used that leverage to force domestic operators to sell rival devices at a higher price than they otherwise would have.

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  20. Apple pacts in Canada may have raised prices: court filingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | West Australian

    Canadian consumers may have ended up paying higher prices for cellphones and wireless services because of contracts between Apple Inc's Canadian unit and domestic carriers, the Canadian Competition Bureau said in a court filing this week. The iPhone has given Apple extraordinary bargaining power with mobile carriers around the world, and the Canadian watchdog wants to know if it used that leverage to force domestic operators to sell rival devices at a higher price than they otherwise would have.

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