How Much Could Heins Make if Ousted From BlackBerry?
That figure is based on BlackBerry’s stock price at the end of its fiscal fourth quarter, according to a May proxy filing dug up by Bloomberg. The motion was approved by BlackBerry shareholders at a meeting on July 9.
After BlackBerry announced Monday that it was pursuing “strategic alternatives” including a possible sale, rumors have been swirling as to who will buy the company. Fairfax Financial Holdings is considered a candidate by many, as that company’s CEO, Prem Watsa, stepped down from BlackBerry’s board after the announcement was made, citing a possible conflict of interest.