BlackBerry Maker RIM Posts Loss; Cutt...

BlackBerry Maker RIM Posts Loss; Cutting 5,000 Jobs

There are 2 comments on the National Public Radio story from Jun 28, 2012, titled BlackBerry Maker RIM Posts Loss; Cutting 5,000 Jobs. In it, National Public Radio reports that:

Thorsten Heins, president and CEO of Research In Motion, delivers the keynote speech during the BlackBerry World conference in Orlando, Fla., on May 1. RIM is delaying its first BlackBerry 10 phone until 2013.

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kenneth mckee

Kitchener, Canada

#1 Jun 28, 2012
Its a very sad thing to see the decline of this once great company. Apple and google are simply the best.

Kitchener, Canada

#2 Jul 4, 2012
RIM is on the way do die. Nothing is working. Either software and/or hardware. And I know from experience.
Too many incompetents in very good positions and very good payments. Doing nothing. I have meat them. Useful as a massage to a wooden leg. Unfortunately too late.

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