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RIM shot: Can BlackBerry regain its corporate ripeness?
Mobile Devices
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 02:45

From ArsTechnica:

In case you didn't catch it last week, the news that Research In Motion is in a "death spiral" has been greatly exaggerated. After the company announced its latest financial results, some analysts have changed their tune, and now believe RIM is back on the road to world domination—or at least isn't going to implode.

In advance of Research In Motion's quarterly financial report and its BlackBerry developer event this week, analysts were using words like "death spiral" to describe their projections for the company. After the report, some totally reversed their opinions. National Bank Financial's Kris Thompson (or as I call him, "Mr. Death Spiral") told The New York Times that essentially everything he said two days earlier was totally wrong. “Everyone was expecting the worst, and they really over-performed on every metric,” Thompson told the Times' Ian Austen.



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