If BlackBerry can achieve its expected growth of 100% for its software segment, it will indeed be a great achievement.
BlackBerry (BBRY) acquired UK-based start-up Movirtu. This is an important acquisition as the bring-your-own-device (or BYOD) trend picks up.
Enterprises are inclined to migrating from BlackBerry to its rivals. This one of the big risks to BlackBerry.
BlackBerry also managed to forge partnerships with a number of companies to provide end-to-end security solutions to customers.
Only one month after the launch of BES12, 89 customers have fully deployed the BES12 beta program, while 174 more customers are planning to roll out BES12.
The company’s looking to monetize BES12 with technology support and encouraging enterprises to buy premium versions of the software with enhanced security.
Many enterprises don’t use the MDM solutions or don’t feel the need for them. So overall, BlackBerry has huge growth potential for its software segment.
BlackBerry has started to make strides in the enterprise software space. It released the latest version of its mobile device management software, BES12.
Enterprises continue to adopt BlackBerry’s secure solutions, but the problem lies with consumers’ adoption of BlackBerry products.
The trend of more and more data breaches is a positive for BlackBerry, as enterprises will now start to focus more on security.
All that oil supply isn’t finding a parallel increase in demand, and that’s depressing oil prices. The experts foresee this trend continuing.
As new pipelines helped drain crude from Cushing inventories—mostly in the latter part of 2014—new pipelines also brought more crude to replenish them.
Inventories provide a useful snapshot of distillate demand and supply trends, particularly near and during the winter months.
Gasoline is an important fuel used for transportation. Gasoline consumption is slated to increase in 2015 as a result of falling gasoline prices.
Last week’s refinery input dip helped crude stocks accumulate, which is bearish for crude prices and oil producers.
Changes in crude inventories drive WTI (West Texas Intermediate) prices, which in turn impact the profitability of oil-producing companies.
The EIA crude inventory report reports weekly figures on crude oil, distillates, and gasoline inventories every Wednesday.
The Mortgage Bankers Association (or MBA) Purchase Index increased 23.6% in the week ended January 9 as global bond markets rallied.
Lennar Corporation (LEN) is a homebuilder with a primary geographical focus on the Southeast, South, Southwest, and Northwest.
Lennar reported net earnings of $245.3 million, or $1.07 a share, compared to net income of $164.1 million, or $0.73 a share, a year ago.