Einstein once said insanity is to keep doing something and expect a different result. BlackBerry’s long-term insistence that its handsets were integral to its “secret sauce” business could be likened to that.
"We do have a plan" for our handset business, BlackBerry executive chairman and chief executive John Chen told customers, analysts and media at the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York.
Blackberry remains bullish about its prospects despite a US$670 million loss for the three months 1 March to 31 May 2016 – Q1 of its 2017 year.
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