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Mike Lazaridis, inventor of the BlackBerry and Vice Chairman of the company, has started a quantum technology fund that aims to bring the Star Trek medical tricorder into reality.
BlackBerry's former CEO, Jim Balsillie, has dumped all of his 26.8 million shares in the company for $362 million, causing some analysts to predict the end for BlackBerry.
This week RIM is holding its Annual Shareholders Meeting at the company's Waterloo, Ontario based headquarters. Last month, Northwest Ethical Investments LP, a major RIM shareholder, proposed to remove the title of chairman from current...
Yesterday was Research In Motion's first quarter earnings call. Co-CEOs Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis didn't have a pretty picture to paint. This Is My Next reports that RIM is claiming 500,000 Playbooks shipped in...