Blackberry is in motion, and the company posted a solid start to September on public markets after its stock soared in the first half of the year. CEO John Chen says his company is primed to take back India, where competitors like Samsung have laid claim to its new big user base. Now, the company is tasked with bringing its smartphones anddata plans up to speed with competitors. Earnings are on the way later thismonth, and the company has been pointed at as a potential inversion tax deal candidate, for either private equity or Silicon Valley. Today's Chart of the Day has a lot of potential.

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