What's Holding Up a BlackBerry Sale?

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Let's face it: Even though the stock's performed impressively over the past month or so, things are not going gangbusters at Canadian smartphone shop BlackBerry . In less than a month since the company confirmed what many had suspected, that it's officially on sale, rumors are already starting to surface that locating that perfect bidder is proving more challenging than hoped. This makes more and more sense as we see the company's new BB10-based smartphones struggle to gain traction around the world. However, the prevailing hope had been largely to keep the company intact. In this video, tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner discusses the most recent rumors concerning BlackBerry and how tech investors everywhere should play this buyout bonanza.

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