2013 BiB Winner: “Inside the fall of Blackberry: How the smartphone inventor failed to adapt” by the Globe and Mail

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In the 2013 Best in Business contest, the Globe and Mail, won three awards.

A team of journalists, including Jacquie McNish, Sean Silcoff, Steve Ladurantaye, Iain Marlow, Tim Kiladze and Boyd Erman, produced this award-winning work. A finalist in two categories in the 2013 BiB, “Inside the fall of Blackberry,” is a thorough and intriguing piece of journalism.

What the judges said:

The judges were extremely impressed with the strong reporting and terrific writing throughout the Globe & Mail’s package on BlackBerry’s woes. The main piece was so rich with detail that the reader didn’t want it to end. The authors also did a great job covering virtually every aspect of  the story through executive profiles, stories from customers and a glimpse of what the future may hold for the embattled company.

Check out the whole report here.

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