RIM wagers on Blackberry 10’s prevalence in Africa as it reports quarterly loss
October 2, 2012 Editor 0
Research in Motion (RIM), Canada-based manufacturer of Blackberry smartphones, has posted a little less than expected quarterly loss, sending its shares up to just about 18 percent in after-hours sales.
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