The Morning Edition - K-W | Jun 19, 2014 | 7:30

Tech expert Carmi Levy breaks down Blackberry's 1st quarter numbers

Waterloo-based BlackBerry surprised analysts by posting a slight profit of $23 million US in their first quarter earnings for 2014. Carmi Levy says that shows cost-cutting measures, including recent job losses, are starting to turn things around.

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