TORONTO (Reuters) - Research In Motion Ltd’s RIM.TO RIMM.O shares shot up more than 10 percent on Friday as analysts upgraded ratings and raised estimates to reflect big growth expectations for RIM’s BlackBerry devices. The …
Research In Motion added more BlackBerry users in the fourth quarter than expected, but Wall Street focused instead another revelation from the company today: gross margins for the fourth quarter will come in near the low-end of the …
Shares of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd fell more than 16 percent on Friday on fears that a new fee structure for its high-margin services segment could put pressure on the business that set it apart from competitors. The services …
“Research In Motion’s stock is below $10 for the first time since December 2003 ... as phones that run Google Inc.’s Android software, such as Samsung’s.” RIM’s “share of the U.S. smartphone market dropped from 44 percent in 2009 …
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Reuters) - Shares of Research In Motion jumped on Wednesday on speculation that next week it would unveil a new touchscreen BlackBerry that could compete more effectively with Apple Inc’s iPhone and …
One of Maryland guard Kevin Huerter's former coaches isn't surprised to see his pupil's stock rising ahead of the 2018 NBA Draft ... He became more aggressive …
based company's stock sank $7.13 on the Toronto Stock Exchange, to close at $27.24 with more than 16 million shares traded — making it the second-most active issue on Canada's largest market. RIM shares haven't been below $30 on a …
Shares in Research in Motion Ltd. gained nearly 10 per cent on Wednesday after a series of reports suggested major international firms were considering acquiring the Canadian wireless device maker. Reuters reported Tuesday that RIM …
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Research In Motion Ltd shares plunged 28 percent on Friday in their biggest one-day decline in eight years after the maker of BlackBerry smartphones revealed an profit outlook that was softer than analysts had expected. …
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Research In Motion RIM.TO stock tumbled more than 4 percent on Wednesday as mounting concerns that Saudi Arabia will block its service clouded any positive sentiment generated by Tuesday’s launch of a …