News by Luke Jones on Friday January 23, 2015.
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In the space of a week, the story that Samsung could buy Blackberry in a $7.5 billion deal has turned into a mini saga. Reuters first reported the news last week, claiming to have seen documental evidence, but Blackberry denied the story, while Samsung said they would work with Blackberry but not buy the company. Reuters stuck to its guns though on the back of that documental evidence and it seems that document has now surfaced.The Financial Post obtained the document that was written at the end of 2014 by Evercore Partners, and investment bank working for Samsung. The document details reasons why Samsung would want to buy Blackberry, while the terms of the potential deal are also laid out. So, it seems Blackberry and Samsung have at least discussed the possibility of a purchase, and even though Samsung says there is no deal, sources close to the company say the Korean giant is still interested. source: Financial Post
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