Shares of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion plunged 23% Friday ... would start selling and when business customers would begin to adopt BlackBerry 10. The stock initially rose 8% in after-hours trading Thursday, thanks to a financial …
Research in Motion/BlackBerry has seen its stock price drop 90 percent since its 2008 high. Corporations with falling stock prices prior to a name change perform even worse in the three years afterward, in part because the move smacks …
BlackBerry Ltd. (TSX:BB)(NYSE:BB) stock has made an amazing comeback ... If you recall, back in the day it traded north of $100 in its former life as Research in …
Research in Motion Ltd., the maker of BlackBerry phones, launched its awaited one-stop shop for add-on applications on Wednesday. BlackBerry App World is available as a free download from RIM's Web site, with 1,000 applications. Users …
Shares of BlackBerry’s maker, Research In Motion Ltd. of Waterloo, Ontario ... Susan Dadio, a patent attorney in Alexandria, suggested that RIM’s stock movement may be more related to the company’s public-relations push than …
Today the company said that it was dropping its Research In Motion moniker and would from today be known ... BlackBerry 10 event taking place in New York and elsewhere. The new stock trading name is BBRY on Nasdaq, and …
TORONTO (Reuters) - Research In Motion Ltd RIM.TO is preparing for a major restructuring ... The job cuts have failed to boost the company’s stock. On Thursday RIM shares hit a multi-year low of C$10.87 on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Research In Motion's shares plummeted 17% on Friday after the ... toward November and get more visibility on new devices and launch dates, the stock will get a reaction," he said. "We'll need to see about …
RIM co-founder can rattle a long list of factors behind the company's fall from the top, but the theory that he was distracted by his pursuit of an NHL team ... BlackBerry's first-quarter earnings to bring Z10, Q10 sales in focus Whether …
The high court’s refusal to hear Canada-based Research In Motion Ltd.’s appeal means that a trial judge in Richmond, Va., could impose an injunction against the company and block BlackBerry use among many of its owners in the United …