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BlackBerry is no longer in turnaround mode, CEO says

By Bloomberg
04 January 2018   |   1:36 pm
John Chen, BlackBerry Ltd.'s chairman and chief executive officer, discusses the company's push into the self-driving car industry, growth opportunities and its partnership strategy with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."

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