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  1. Will 2017 see the return to dominance of BlackBerrys and Nokias?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    ... 41 per cent of the mobile handset market. Meanwhile, BlackBerry, the brainchild of Canadian company Research in Motion, dominated the enterprise market, becoming a status symbol among working professionals. At its peak in 2009, it made an annual ...

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  2. CBCa s a Story of Usa gives Canadians fresh take on 150 years of historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 23 | Turtle Island News

    ... adds his insights as well, along with CBC stars Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara and Rick Mercer. Former Research in Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie tips his hat to tough pine industry pioneer William Hazen. Also heard are Tatiana Maslany, Lorne Cardinal, ...

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  3. With Long Beach Grand Prix pro/celebrity race gone, fundraising will be a challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 19 | Press-Telegram

    ... Last year, the winning bid was $105,000. That came from four-time racer Doug Fregin, co-founder of Research In Motion, the company that invented the BlackBerry. “Obviously, the people that are buying this thing are very well off ...

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  4. Liberals nearing decision on how to spend $800M for innovationRead the original story

    Monday Mar 13 | Ottawa Business Journal

    ... a couple of decades ago in the region around Kitchener-Waterloo, Ont. Among them was BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion. Bergen said his council would like to see the $800-million investment used to support clusters centred around high-growth ...

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  5. Liberals nearing decision on how to spend innovation fundRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 12 | MacLeans

    ... a couple of decades ago in the region around Kitchener-Waterloo, Ont. Among them was BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion. Bergen said his council would like to see the $800-million investment used to support clusters centred around high-growth ...

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  6. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responds to a question during question...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 12 | 680News

    ... a couple of decades ago in the region around Kitchener-Waterloo, Ont. Among them was BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion. Bergen said his council would like to see the $800-million investment used to support clusters centred around high-growth ...

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  7. Liberals deciding on $800MRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 12 | Castanet.net

    ... a couple of decades ago in the region around Kitchener-Waterloo, Ont. Among them was BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion. Bergen said his council would like to see the $800-million investment used to support clusters centred around high-growth ...

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  8. Apple Is Slowly but Surely Blowing Companies AwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 27 | TheStreet.com

    ... society. And indeed, it has. But what about the first mover? That would be Blackberry , formerly known as Research in Motion (RIMM). Before the iPhone came on the scene, everyone with a smartphone used a Blackberry. Apple was late to come with its ...

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  9. Chart of the day: The BlackBerry's fall to 0.0 percent market shareRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 26 | Re/code

    ... with almost 52 million devices. The decline of the BlackBerry, and its parent company (long called Research In Motion) is a well-told story, so we won't belabor it here. But in short, RIM was a smartphone pioneer that got leapfrogged in hardware - ...

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  10. The films (and a tech company) you'd be surprised won Oscars - CNETRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | CNET News.com

    ... recognition. There's also a tech company you probably wouldn't have thought had any ties to Hollywood: Research In Motion. Yes, it's the Canadian company that used to make BlackBerry phones was handed an Academy Award. Click through the pictures to ...

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  11. The Precipitous Fall Of The Blackberry In One GraphRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2017 | Benzinga

    BlackBerry Ltd , formerly known as Research In Motion, was once the undisputed king of the cell phone market. But that was a full decade ago and now BlackBerry's market share of the smartphone market rounded to one decimal point is 0.0 percent.

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  12. Can you hear me now? A century and a half of Northern telecom innovationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2017 | The Globe and Mail

    ... Marconi Company and advancements in radar, Nortel and digital switching equipment and, of course, Research In Motion and the BlackBerry. Alexander Graham Bell was overworked. Pushing himself to the point of exhaustion at his lab in Boston, the ...

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  13. What Makes Digital Leaders Different | @CloudExpo #IoT #M2M #CloudRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Java Developer's Journal

    ... from new data, which leads to new actions and new insights not yet understood or possible for laggards. Research In Motion (RIM), the progenitor of the Blackberry, responded slowly to Apple's launch of the iPhone. Years passed before RIM responded ...

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  14. Ghostwriters - What We Have to Learn from Large Law FirmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 6, 2017 | Jane Genova

    ... Day a long time before making that switch. Another major reason why BigLaw could go the way of once-hot Research In Motion (RIM) is the lack of innovation. RIM had created the Blackberry. Then it stopped. It didn't envision a mobile device which ...

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  15. Success Fuels Sports Management Leader TeamSnap's Raise of $25 MillionRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2017 | Venture Capital Access Online

    ... round also includes participation from a new investor, Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited, which acquired Research in Motion in 2013. Fairfax, chaired by Canadian businessman Prem Watsa, is based in Toronto but has investments around the world and ...

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  16. TeamSnap Raises $25M MoreRead the original story

    Jan 31, 2017 | Techrockies.com

    ... in existing portfolio companies. Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited is the company which acquired Research in Motion in 2013. TeamSnap's cloud-based software helps teams, clubs, and leagues manage everything from team rosters and communications, to ...

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  17. View Press ReleaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2017 | Business Wire

    ... round also includes participation from a new investor, Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited, which acquired Research in Motion in 2013. Fairfax, chaired by Canadian businessman Prem Watsa, is based in Toronto but has investments around the world and ...

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  18. There were no communication rules, says private org that found HMS TerrorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 13, 2017 | Nunatsiaq News

    ... he said. Balsillie, a Canadian multi-millionaire, philanthropist and former co-owner of Blackberry-maker Research in Motion, established the ARF as a charitable foundation in 2011. "I think he was aware of where they were in a general sense but I ...

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  19. Sonos Founder MacFarlane Passes T...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2017 | MediaPost

    ... July after serving as chief commercial officer for four years. Before that, he was managing director of Research In Motion, as the company that made BlackBerry devices was known in its heyday. "Spence is expected to continue Sonos' push into music ...

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  20. Sonos turns to new chief to drive smart-homes pushRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2017 | Financial Times

    ... 2012 after serving as managing director at the Canadian maker of BlackBerry mobile devices, then called Research In Motion. In an effort to avoid the disruption faced by his former employer, Mr Spence said Sonos customers would "soon" be able to ...

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