John Chen

BlackBerry Ltd. beat analyst estimates in the fourth quarter as North American customers fuelled growth for the former smartphone maker
The Liberal government is adding $40 million in federal money to a $310.5-million pledge from BlackBerry aimed at supporting the development of self-driving car technologies in Kanata
BlackBerry's stock was up in pre-market trading Thursday after the company's third-quarter revenue and profit beat analyst estimates, with growth coming from its software and services business
BlackBerry earnings, home sales numbers and the latest GDP figures are among the stories to watch this coming week in Canadian business
Increasing concern about the safety of autonomous vehicles should not give way to reactionary legislation that would, in the long term, hamper the development and regulation of fully-autonomous cars…
CEO John Chen said that BlackBerry expects QNX's automotive products, which are largely developed at its Kanata outpost, will ramp up gradually rather than repeat the 31 per cent year-over-year…
Chen has led firm through a restructuring that has seen it transform from a smartphone maker into a cybersecurity software and services firm.
BlackBerry Ltd. shares jumped as much as 13 per cent in early morning trading after it said revenue from its software and services business hit a record in the latest quarter.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen defended his plan to grow the software business as its shares tumbled Friday after reporting revenue that fell short of expectations.
BlackBerry (TSX:BB) (NASDAQ:BBRY) subsidiary QNX is stepping up its work on autonomous vehicles in Ottawa, announcing Monday morning that it would open a new $100-million “innovation centre” dedica