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BlackBerry shareholders complain against the direction

BlackBerry's shareholders have filed a class action lawsuit, arguing that the CEO and CFO manufacturer lied about the latest sales figures.

Everything is decidedly bad for BlackBerry. Its future is gradually emerging: the company will be dismantled into several separate entities. The BBM service could only survive at the cost of many efforts. Cerberus Capital and Fairfax funds have expressed interest to take over the Canadian manufacturer. More recently, we learned that Intel, Cisco, Google or SAP also eyeing the assets of BlackBerry. Nothing that patents held by BlackBerry are estimated at several billion dollars worth.

BlackBerry's shareholders have filed a class action lawsuit, arguing that the CEO and CFO manufacturer lied about the latest sales figures.

It only needed a collective complaint that has been filed by certain shareholders. For them, the CEO Thorsten Heins and CFO Brian Bidulka BlackBerry knowingly lied. First, for several months, the financial health of the company. But with layoffs in recent months (40% of the total) and the last quarterly loss that reached almost a billion dollars, it is now possible to hide the difficulties of BlackBerry.

They also accuse him of lying about the sales forecasts of the latest models of the brand. In the complaint, the shareholders back in chronological order all the events and statements Thorsten Heins since September 2012, when he again referred to the "financial strength of BlackBerry." Thus, they demonstrate how the management has taken for a ride for several months.
BlackBerry shareholders complain against the direction BlackBerry shareholders complain against the direction مراجعة من قبل Steven Raiss في 6:07 PM تصنيف: 5