In RIM's Hometown, Optimism Trumps a Sales ImplosionBy
Research in Motion shareholders weren’t expecting good news Thursday, when the company released its quarterly earnings. True to form, RIM delivered. Sales dropped 25 percent, the net loss was $125 million, and RIM’s market share continued to disappear in the U.S.—and significantly, in its native Canada, once considered an impenetrable stronghold for the BlackBerry.
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