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BlackBerry India MD: "I will categorically say that we’re not up for sale"

Sunil Lalvani

There seems to be a bit of double talk going on from BlackBerrys managing director in India, Sunil Lalvani. He went on to say to the India Times that "I will categorically say that we’re not up for sale, but we’re up for evaluating strategic alternatives which could include a possible sale." He went on to say this to assure jittery corporate users in India that it will be business "as usual." He stated that the “Strategic Options” announcement had “a little bit effect on sentiments in the market because people started assuming that we are up for sale.”

All in all it seems like this latest strategic options announcement from BlackBerry has done them more harm than good… Hopefully they had a good reason for announcing it yet again.

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  1. BlackBerry needs to be careful what it says. Scaring off business by implying you might be up for sale is just stupid.

  2. Sunil Lalvani should be the CEO not T.H!!!!!!!
    BLACKBERRY has serious communication problems!!!!!!!!!!
    Shareholders are left in DARK!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. He is clearly saying “We are NOT for sale”

  4. Memo to BlackBerry: Stop talking about BlackBerry being up for sale! Your hurting your business! If it happens, it happens. You made the same mistake with the PlayBook and look what happened. Excessive honesty leads to disaster. Focus on better commercials BlackBerry, include QNX in those commercials.

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