BlackBerry CEO ‘Very Disappointed’ in Results

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Sept. 27 (Bloomberg) – Bloomberg’s Emily Chang reports on today’s top stories in “Top Headlines.” She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Thorsten heins says he is disappointed in the companies second quarter results.

They reported a drop in revenue and a $1 billion loss.

Much was due to a huge write- down on old sold -- unsold phones.

A panel says passengers should be allowed to use tablets and other wireless devices during takeoff and landing.

Mobile phone calls and text messaging would be prohibited.

That is good to be sent to the faa next week.

They will determine the next step once it gets that report.

Facebook is making a big push to increase mobile ad revenue by expanding targeted advertising, looking at everything from how promotions show up to testing marketing messages.

E marketer says 40% of revenue in the second quarter.

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