NEW YORK — The maker of the BlackBerry is running out of time. Research In Motion Ltd.’s stock fell to a nine-year low Friday, a day after the Canadian company said phones running its upcoming Black­Berry 10 operating system won’t be …
"Hardcore BlackBerry lovers" might have to wait up to two months after the release of the BlackBerry 10 touchscreen device to get their hands on one with a physical keyboard, a strategic play by Research In Motion that analysts say …
Research In Motion’s stock has fallen nearly $14 a share today, or about 17 percent, after the company failed to meet …
BlackBerry 10 really is going to be the million-dollar question of early 2013. RIM has so much invested in its success, the company’s future very nearly rides entirely on the platform’s successful launch. While RIM has had plenty of nice …
Not forgetting that RIM is the second best worldwide operating system. However as you can see by the graph, this is another handset stock that has taken a hammering, although with the launch of the long awaited Storm and more …
RESEARCH In Motion shares have jumped more than 15 per cent after a burst of positive reviews this week by analysts who had been among the beleaguered BlackBerry maker's harshest critics. Kris Thompson of National Bank Financial …
BlackBerry smartphone manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) watched as its stock increased by 0.52 percent on …
We've always heard that you can't take it to your grave, but one has to wonder why the former co-CEO of Research In Motion chose now to dump every last bit of remaining RIM stock. Jim Balsillie has liquidated his shares in RIM, leaving …
Shares in Research In Motion Ltd fell more than 3% on Thursday morning after the BlackBerry maker said its global sales chief had resigned. The resignation of Patrick Spence, a 14-year RIM veteran, comes as the Canadian company …