How The Iphone And Bad Decisions Killed Blackberry

by Christopher Paul on August 12, 2013

The New Yorker:

First, the company failed to recognize that the iPhone could hurt it. Then it overlooked the threat of low-cost competitors in Asia. Finally, and most recently, executives threw the company’s little remaining energy into a new line of high-end smartphones that failed to resonate with consumers, having arrived far too late with too little to offer.

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