1. melb_me's Avatar
    The guy at Forbes was apparently pretty impressed with Blackberry's last quarter:
    BlackBerry Kills It With Impressive Margins And Stellar Z10 Deliveries - Forbes
    That's a REALLY positive lead in.
    He also notes "Blackberry is one of the most shorted stocks out there."
    Being in retail for 30 years I would have to agree with "Kills it" I mean margin projected at 32% and coming in at 40%...that is well..."Killing it"
    Thorsten is looking like Lee Iacocca!
    03-28-13 03:15 PM
  2. fairfaxnut's Avatar
    No negative spin? Wow that's weird



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    03-28-13 03:43 PM
  3. wolf_359's Avatar
    The guy at Forbes was apparently pretty impressed with Blackberry's last quarter:
    BlackBerry Kills It With Impressive Margins And Stellar Z10 Deliveries - Forbes
    That's a REALLY positive lead in.
    He also notes "Blackberry is one of the most shorted stocks out there."
    Being in retail for 30 years I would have to agree with "Kills it" I mean margin projected at 32% and coming in at 40%...that is well..."Killing it"
    Thorsten is looking like Lee Iacocca!
    OMG! Don't compare z10 to the K-car. Lol
    03-28-13 04:50 PM
  4. scienceboy's Avatar
    Quite the reversal from the last couple of days. Do people actually listen to these scumbags?

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    03-28-13 04:55 PM
  5. dcwbearsaint's Avatar
    +10 except the Chrysler reference...which never was a car company I would consider in my book IMO
    03-28-13 04:56 PM
  6. taylorblackberry's Avatar
    Blackberry Sound off to the world that it aint Dead . Infact its very much far from being Dead. As long as there is life and not yet the end of the world Blackberry still got a place and will WOW haters
    03-28-13 05:19 PM
  7. j8298c's Avatar
    03-28-13 05:26 PM
  8. Munchito1976's Avatar
    Alright who from Crackberry hacked the Forbes site?
    03-28-13 05:52 PM
  9. JonCBK's Avatar
    Seriously Forbes? You write this:

    "BlackBerry is also hoping that its PlayBook tablet can gain share in the crowded tablet market (another that Apple dominates). It shipped 370,000 tablets in the quarter. For perspective, Amazon.com sold 6 million tablets in the same period. Apple sold 22.9 million."

    You think BBRY is hoping with its not updated Playbook to capture market share? Of course they aren't trying with Playbook. And they certainly aren't expecting sales without releasing BB10 for the device (which I think would instantly add $100 of value to each one of them.) But even though those sales are obviously inconsequential and a move to liquidate at a severely discounted price, you decided to finish your article on surprise earnings with this paragraph.
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    03-28-13 07:28 PM

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