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His contract incentivized him to sell the company.  Now that he did what in effect he was paid to do he is now "stepping down" and the for sale sign is being torn down.  It's sad to see the total dysfunction going on at blackberry.  Now i'm wondering what's up with the z30?  Is Sprint holding it up to help it sell iphones(Hesse did idiotically pledge billions in prepayment for Iphones)?  Maybe triband is being added?  I've been playing with the galaxy series...and i really like the calendar interface....I'm hoping on the 8th we see the z30 announced...even if it's single band.   

http://www.foxbusiness.com/technology/2013/11/04/blackberry-shares-plunge-on-report-buyout-plans-halted/

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I'd like to see Blackberry turn it around but they're going to have to do some real marketing. I haven't seen a BB10 device yet being used by someone.

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I'd like to see Blackberry turn it around but they're going to have to do some real marketing. I haven't seen a BB10 device yet being used by someone.

 

Now that you mention it, neither have I.  And I work with a lot of different companies and executives.  :td:

 

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Now that you mention it, neither have I.  And I work with a lot of different companies and executives.  :td:

 

Robert

My local cable company, New Wave Communications, outfitted their employees with Z10's.

 

Only time I've ever seen them in use outside of a phone store.

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