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BlackBerry marks Q4 profits but remains disliked on Wall Street

Peter Misek, of Jefferies & Co. says there's a feeling on Wall Street that ultimately BlackBerry will fail, despite Q4 profits of $98 million. Misek gives early analysis of the numbers.

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