BlackBerry founders no longer want to buy up




BlackBerry founders no longer want to buy up

The founders of BlackBerry, Mike Lazaridis and Douglas Fregin, no longer try to buy their business. Again Instead, they have just sold part of their shares in the manufacturer of smartphones.

Blackberry In October, said the two founders of BlackBerry, who was eight per cent of the shares in their hands, that they wanted to buy them. the rest of the company To this end, they had enlisted the help of a bank. On Tuesday, one of the two founders, Mike Lazaridis, stated that the takeover attempt of the table is, however, so writes The Wall Street Journal. The pair could even have sold part of their shares: they had only 8 percent in October, now that only 5 percent.

BlackBerry, formerly known as Research In Motion, is in dire straits. In October, it seemed it that the company would be acquired by an investor, but the deal was a month later the job. Instead BlackBerry has attracted new donors, including the company that BlackBerry would take over and now it stand on its own. Last week showed that BlackBerry has made in the last quarter. 4.4 billion loss



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