A federal jury in San Francisco has found beleaguered Blackberry maker Research in Motion Ltd. liable for $147.2 million in damages ... which has been struggling with plummeting sales, a declining stock and other problems, did not provide a …
Research in Motion Ltd. yesterday lost its bid to halt proceedings in a patent lawsuit that threatens U.S. sales of its BlackBerry handheld e-mail device ... to $62.34 on the Nasdaq Stock Market. The shares had traded as low as $58.48, …
Just a couple of weeks ago, Mike Lazaridis, the co-CEO of Research in Motion Ltd. (NASDAQ: RIMM), was asked if the company had any plans to build a tablet device to compete with the iPad from Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL). He …
More money has been lost in the past three months in Apple stock than has ever been lost in the tech disasters known …
The next version of the Blackberry operating system from Research in Motion Ltd. (NASDAQ: RIMM) is due early next year on the company’s own new devices. Called Blackberry 10, the company is now considering how to make it possible for …
TORONTO – Jim Balsillie, the co-chief executive of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd., (RIMM) has stepped down as chairman on Monday as the company announced a $250-million earnings restatement relating to mistakes in how it …
Reporting from Washington — Research in Motion Ltd. said BlackBerry service was fully restored after its worst ... outage added to the company's growing competitive problems. The stock lost 2.2% on Wednesday when the outage hit North …
TORONTO (Reuters) - BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd will no longer produce the cheapest version ... RIM said it would phase out the 16 GB model of the PlayBook once stock currently with retailers is depleted. The company will …
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 …
they burn relationships with not only the company but clients who own the company's stock. So when they finally give up and throw in the towel, you know things really have gone to hell.) But the outlook for BlackBerry-maker Research In …