Accuracy in Media

Warren Buffett: Newspapers No Longer Primary News Source

In an interview with Politico Editor-in-Chief John Harris, billionaire investor and newspaper owner Warren Buffett said that newspapers are no longer the primary source of news for the public, and that the long-term trend for the industry is downward. “Journalism is everything. Portions of journalism have declined in importance, and it’ll continue to. It’s too […]

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BlackBerry revamping its Leadership

WASHINGTON — BlackBerry, after seeing its latest effort to try to sell to the highest bidder, has forced several of its executives out the door. Reuters reported that BlackBerry said two of their top executives resigned and a third was fired in an attempt to save the company. The Canadian-based smartphone producer tried the open […]

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BlackBerry No Longer on the Market

WASHINGTON — BlackBerry abandoned its plan this past Monday to be sold on the market and said its CEO Thorsten Heins will step down from his post. Reuters reported that BlackBerry failed to come up with a sale that satisfied both the buyer and the company. As a result, their share prices plummeted 16% and […]

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Apple Sales Report Lackluster ahead of Holiday Season

WASHINGTON — Apple saw its profits slide during September and as a result, investors and analysts remain skeptical of Apple’s holiday season sales. Reuters reported that Apple’s profits fell as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tim Cook predicted a “really great” holiday sales season for the company. Apple sold 33.8 million iPhones in September and […]

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AT&T to limit Data Sharing plans, pay Higher Data Fees

WASHINGTON — AT&T, trying to increase its profit margin, is forcing its customers to only buy Mobile Share plans that require higher data fees and allows data allowances among multiple devices. Reuters reported that the second-leading U.S. mobile operator is eliminating the older plans for incoming and new AT&T customers this October 25th. They said […]

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Sony’s Smartphones Plan could Backfire in China, U.S.

WASHINGTON — Sony’s CEO’s  shot to restore profitability to a once-proud Japanese electronics giant may backfire if a concrete plan for its smartphones is not implemented sooner rather than later, some say. Reuters reported that Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai plans to have his company’s smartphone, the Xperia, eventually take over the smartphones market from Apple’s […]

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BlackBerry strikes Buyout Deal for $4.7 billion

WASHINGTON — BlackBerry, scrambling to save itself from absolute insolvency and utter collapse, has agree to become a private company in a major sale. Reuters reported that BlackBerry, which was once Canada’s crown jewel in technology, agreed to a $4.7 billion deal with Fairfax Financial Holdings. Fairfax led this group and is a property and […]

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BlackBerry may not be able to Stem Losses

WASHINGTON — Canada’s once proudest technology giant, BlackBerry, is on its last legs. Reuters reported that BlackBerry’s plan to be sold to another company or group of investors is hitting a wall as investors and analysts question whether BlackBerry’s operations will be sustainable after it is sold by November (at least that is the hope […]

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BlackBerry sees Shares Rise as News of Buyout spreads

WASHINGTON — BlackBerry shares rose as news of their buyout went public by 3%, which is an improvement from declining revenue and share prices since they rebooted their smartphone BlackBerry 10. Reuters reported that BlackBerry, which at one time was Canada’s shining example of a leading smartphone company, has fallen on hard times. Now, BlackBerry […]

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October 2014

10/9/2014 - Warren Buffett: Newspapers No Longer Primary News Source

November 2013

11/26/2013 - BlackBerry revamping its Leadership

11/7/2013 - BlackBerry No Longer on the Market

October 2013

10/30/2013 - Apple Sales Report Lackluster ahead of Holiday Season

10/13/2013 - AT&T to limit Data Sharing plans, pay Higher Data Fees

10/11/2013 - Sony’s Smartphones Plan could Backfire in China, U.S.

September 2013

9/25/2013 - BlackBerry strikes Buyout Deal for $4.7 billion

9/24/2013 - German Group claims to have Hacked iPhone Fingerprint Scanner

9/23/2013 - BlackBerry may not be able to Stem Losses

9/10/2013 - BlackBerry sees Shares Rise as News of Buyout spreads

9/6/2013 - BlackBerry plans to be sold by November, sources say

9/6/2013 - Sony unveils their Smartphone to Compete with Samsung, Apple

9/4/2013 - Microsoft buys Nokia’s Cell Phone Division

August 2013

8/14/2013 - BlackBerry Up For Sale? Most Likely!

July 2013

7/29/2013 - Samsung Beat Apple to a Pulp, in China!

7/28/2013 - Apple Buoyed by Strong iPhone-driven Sales

March 2012

3/20/2012 - The Future of News is Mobile