Saturday's Globe and Mail contained an excellent article about some of the problems at Research and Motion (TSE: RIM) and how they might get back on track in terms of advertising, development, and, most importantly, share price.
"It has been a miserable year for Canada’s most important tech company. Almost everything that could have gone wrong has: A series of sub-par quarterly earnings and profit warnings, coupled with delays in new product launches, have hammered RIM’s share price, which started the year at about $60 and now trades at less than $30. The company’s two bosses have faced pressure from some investors and analysts to shake up RIM’s management structure, and perhaps even hand control to someone else."
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