Challenges to BlackBerry's Growth Remain

BlackBerry (BBRY) shares closed Wednesday down almost 20% off their 52-week high of $18.32 set this past January. Even so, the shares are up more than 50% over the last year.

Granted, BBRY took a beating last year as more entrants came into the smartphone market. BlackBerry experienced delays with its new BB10 operating system and fell further behind Apple (AAPL), Samsung and others. Much like Nokia (NOK) was once the proud market share leader of the mobile phone market, BlackBerry was once that for the smartphone market. The question is now that the company has released not only its BB10 operating systems and a few new device models, is it back to the races for this once market share leader?...524 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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