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Tungle - Organizational Changes - Leadership Changes
... Some saw this arrangement as a dysfunctional management structure and believed RIM acted as two companies, slowing the effort to release the new BlackBerry 10 operating system ... to split its dual-CEO structure was unexpectedly withdrawn after an agreement was made with RIM ... RIM announced that after discussions between the two groups, Northwest Ethical Investments will withdraw its shareholder proposal before RIM's annual meeting ...
Research In Motion - History
... Prior to the manufacture of the BlackBerry, RIM worked with RAM Mobile Data and Ericsson to turn the Ericsson-developed Mobitex wireless data network into a ... RIM's early development was financed by Canadian institutional and venture capital investors in 1995 through a private placement in the privately held company ... the proceeds being used to complete the development of RIM's two-way paging system hardware and software ...
Research In Motion - History - Decline
... In June 2011, the company announced its prediction that Q1 2011 revenue will drop for the first time in nine years, and also unveiled plans to reduce its ... The market followed, with RIM stock falling to its lowest point since 2006 ... From June 2008 to June 2011, RIM's shareholders lost almost $70 billion, or 82 percent, as the company's market capitalization dropped from $83 billion ...

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