BlackBerry has now gone through its darkest days, which are behind it. It's finally in a position of strength to talk deals.
Down in the fine print there's valuable information on its Japanese investment and its partnership with Microsoft.
He's been part of its incredible success and will now be accountable for its failings or victories from here on.
If you don't like Tim Cook or Apple, sell your shares and don't use their products.
Use better technology to avoid being a mass market email dump once a day today.
If you only spent 5% of the day looking at stock price movements, you might agree.
CEO Tim Armstrong gets no respect for what he's done to turn around the company.
Good news from the UK bumped the stock price, and more is coming from other non-U.S. markets.
The Japanese company had a great quarter and is buying back shares, which could lift YHOO value for shareholders.
Given this make-or-break moment for the company, the first-year CEO is doing everything right.