Morgan Stanley Not Upgrading to BlackBerry 10

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Aug. 30 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "The Roundup," Bloomberg's Adam Johnson, Cristina Alesci and Aegis CIO Stanley Crouch discuss Morgan Stanley not upgrading employees to BlackBerry 10 on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

We got to where those 3-d glasses.


Do not get used to that.

Investors may push back because a lot more people are staying home and watching those new releases on netflix and whatnot.

If you work for morgan stanley, you would be taking more than your blackberry away from home.

Morgan stanley seems like they have issued a vote of no- confidence for blackberry.

The the company is not upgrading employee smartphones.

The firm is concerned that the canadian company will not back its platform over the long-term.

Employee should already have up graded by now.

If this company is not in business in another year or two or three -- you need service.

They are looking at some alternatives.

You know it is not morgan stanley.

Unless it is morgan stanley and they know something.

The strategic options have gone from about this many to this many today.

We could see maybe a sale of the hardware division.

It is something they were talking to private equity about two years ago.

There has been talk there may be some patent value here.

Blackberry -- put it on any device.

Do you think there is any legitimacy to that?

I was very late to the touchscreen myself.

I love that feel, literal feel of the blackberry panel.

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