BlackBerry

We are BlackBerry, a global mobile communications leader who revolutionized the industry with its introduction in 1999. Today, BlackBerry’s products and services, from messaging to enterprise mobility, are relied on by millions of individuals every day to securely and efficiently connect them to the content and people that matter most. At BlackBerry our instinct for innovation is relentless, so as we continue to push the boundaries of mobile experiences, we continue to drive the talent, passion and creativity of our employees.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Waterloo, CA
Founded
1984
Size (employees)
4,044 (est)-10%
BlackBerry was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Waterloo, CA

BlackBerry Office Locations

BlackBerry has an office in Waterloo
Waterloo, CA (HQ)
BlackBerry 2 295 Phillip St

BlackBerry Financials and Metrics

BlackBerry Financials

BlackBerry's revenue was reported to be $2.2 b in 2016 which is a 35% decrease from the previous period.
USD

Revenue (Y, 2016)

2.2 b

Revenue growth (Y, 2015 - Y, 2016), %

(35%)

Net income (Y, 2016)

(218 m)

Market capitalization (13-Oct-2017)

6.1 b

Closing share price (13-Oct-2017)

11.5
BlackBerry's current market capitalization is $6.1 b.
USDY, 2015Y, 2016

Revenue

3.3 b2.2 b

Revenue growth, %

(35%)

Net Income

(304 m)(218 m)
USDY, 2016

Revenue/Employee

476.4 k
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BlackBerry Market Value History

BlackBerry Median Salaries

Source: 85 public H-1B filings from BlackBerry

Traffic Overview of BlackBerry

BlackBerry Online and Social Media Presence

BlackBerry News and Updates

Cybersecurity is top concern in IoT deployments

Healthcare and other organizations have too many end-points to worry about, and a lack of internal collaboration isn’t helping, a BlackBerry survey finds.

Businesses struggle to implement digital transformation

Security fears top BlackBerry survey as only a third of companies are undergoing digital transformation now.

BlackBerry patent licensing director says he has left company

TORONTO (Reuters) - A key attorney executing BlackBerry Ltd's patent licensing strategy has left the company, the second recent departure from the team tasked with making money from the Canadian company's intellectual property.

BlackBerry settles lawsuits with budget Android phone maker BLU after reaching patent licensing deal

BlackBerry’s evolution from being a world-renowned consumer hardware company to one focused on software, services, and licensing took a notable step forward today: The Canadian company has settled a long-standing legal spat with budget smartphone company BLU Products, or BLU, as it’s most commonly k…

White House Chief Of Staff John Kelly’s Phone Compromised: Report

Politico first reported Kelly's personal phone may have been breached for months.

BlackBerry is moving from Nasdaq to the New York Stock Exchange on October 16

BlackBerry has announced plans to move its shares from Nasdaq to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on October 16. The Canadian tech firm hasn’t given a specific reason for upping sticks and moving its shares to another stock market, but as the company continues to shift away from its mobile hardwar…
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BlackBerry Company Life and Culture

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