TORONTO — Stock in Research In Motion whipsawed again this week as markets reacted to ongoing speculation about the future of the troubled BlackBerry maker. On Thursday, RIM shares shot up on the …
Shares in the Waterloo, Ont.-based maker of BlackBerry smartphones and PlayBook tablets slid to as low as $9.97 Monday but closed on the Toronto Stock Exchange at $10.03, down 65 cents, or 6.1 per cent. RIM
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Investors appeared to be taking in stride unconfirmed reports that BlackBerry maker Research In Motion's two top executives could face a fine from the Ontario Securities Commission of up to $100 million. Investors …
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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 …
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Shares of Waterloo’s Research In Motion are up more than 15% in after hours trading following the company’s quarterly earnings report. RIM’s earnings per share last quarter were $0.27, smashing analyst expectations of …
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(Reuters) - Research In Motion reported a sharp drop in quarterly profit on Thursday, hurt by an aging lineup of BlackBerry smartphones that was only refreshed very late in the quarter and tepid sales of its PlayBook tablet …
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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, …