Research In Motion's stock has fallen below its book value for the first time in nine years, a signal investors consider the BlackBerry maker to be worth less than the net value of its property, patents and other assets. RIM fell 2 percent …
UPDATE: The stock is down nearly 10% to $12.42 in after-hours trading. RIM also elected against sharing an outlook. “No guidance implies no confidence,” Citi analyst Jim Suva said immediately after the report. 2nd UPDATE: RIM shares are …
RIMM is just about the only red stock on my blinking screen in this, another day, in the bull market that keeps right on ripping and taking most big cap stocks up with it. Now I always caution anybody from reading too much into any single …
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 …
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Some investors are betting Research in Motion’s stock is in for more pain, even after a rough three years. Shares of the BlackBerry maker have lost more than 38% since February. Investor attempts to pick a bottom in the stock have been …
TORONTO – Research In Motion (TSX:RIM) stock jumped Monday in a second day of heavy trading, rising above $14 a share for the first time since last spring. The BlackBerry maker’s stock gained $1.36, or 10.2 per cent, to $14.67 in …
It seems that Apple’s WWDC keynote had the desired impact for the Cupertino-based company; developers are salivating at the new APIs, consumers can’t wait to get their hands on iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion operating systems and …
Research In Motion's (RIMM or RIM.TO) just-announced quarterly financial results are an excellent example of expectation management. CEO Thorsten Heins has been up-front for months about the challenges his company faces, and …