Tuesday, September 24, 2013

BlackBerry aggress to be sold for € 3.5 billion

BlackBerry aggress to be sold for € 3.5 billion
Following the decline and death of blackberry, the group announced Monday an agreement has been reached for the acquisition of blackberry by Fairfax Canadian investment funds. Blackberry sells for €3.5 billion.

Just like Miller's Death of a Salesman stems from both his personal experiences and the era in which the playwright was bred. The RIM confers upon itself a blackdeath. Read More about the Death of the Blackberry: Decline, Sale.

Fairfax, its largest shareholder who already owns 10% of the manufacturer of Waterloo, a town south of Toronto, has partnered with a consortium of investors whose identity is not specified to buy the entire capital price of $ 9 per share. An appreciation of 3% at the opening on Monday.

The Board of Directors of BlackBerry "has approved the terms of the letter of agreement under which the consortium," which seeks financing from two banks, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and BMO Capital Markets, "will acquire BlackBerry and stop its listing, "said a statement from BlackBerry. This delisting could occur on November 4.

This purchase is a good deal for Thorsten Heins, CEO of BlackBerry former Siemens, which was given until November to find a buyer.


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