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    BlackBerry is reportedly giving more consideration to the possibility that the Canadian smartphone maker could be split apart.

    According to Bloomberg, which cites “a person with knowledge of the matter,” BlackBerry appears more open to selling off the company in parts. Companies that are reportedly interesting in buying pieces of BlackBerry include Cisco, SAG and Samsung.

    Shares of BlackBerry slid 1.2% in pre-market trading.

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