BlackBerry expected to post a small loss for fiscal Q2; company’s operations valued at under $300M

Wall Street analysts are expecting BlackBerry to report a loss for its fiscal second quarter of approximately $39.2 million dollars, or 7 cents a share. That would follow the beleaguered firm’s fiscal Q1 loss of 5 cents a share, or $28 million. For the full year, the mean estimate of Wall Street analysts calls for BlackBerry to lose $84 million, or 15 cents a share.

The BlackBerry Passport and the BlackBerry Classic have underwhelmed in terms of sales. The company thought it had a big winner with the Passport. With its 4.5-inch, 1440 x 1440 resolution screen and its 1:1 aspect ratio, the …

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