Research In Motion Ltd.’s stock fell below its book value for the first time in nine years, a signal investors consider the BlackBerry maker to be worth less than the value of its property, patents and other assets. RIM fell 3.6 percent to …
Research In Motion shares took a hit on Monday after the BlackBerry maker announced it was cutting 2,000 jobs, or about 11 per cent of its workforce. RIM stock fell $1.28 or 4.84 per cent to $25.19 per share on the TSX following the …
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
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But the news of the new services pricing strategy came as a shock to markets, and some brokerages cut their price targets on RIM stock. RIM will not be able to sustain profitability by relying on its hardware business alone, said …
ORLANDO, Fla. — The Canadian company that revolutionized the mobile phone industry spent a very expensive week trying to sell the idea that the BlackBerry isn’t a dying technology, only to see its share price close Thursday at its …
RIM’s stock price has been recovering by fits and starts from a setback after the executives told analysts last month that the company is changing the fee structure for its service. The jump in RIM’s share price also comes amid reports that …
The precipitous decline in the price of Research In Motion stock has left the market capitalisation of the BlackBerry maker below the value of its cash, receivables and other current assets. Shares in the Canadian smartphone maker fell …
Last week Apple announced their newest mobile operating system, iOS 5, and we subsequently predicted the beginning of the end of BlackBerry maker RIM. Well, the wheels are officially in motion. After disclosing yesterday that the company …
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