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Old 08-08-2012, 07:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Looks like RIM's business partners are even making jokes about their current situation.

When a company is struggling, its business partners support it—or, at the very least, refrain from trashing it. Not so with Hugh Bradlow, chief technology officer for Australian telecom Telstra. At a speaking engagement in Hong Kong in June, Bradlow ruminated on the fate of Research In Motion, a key partner for his company. According to an industry trade publication, Bradlow told the crowd that if he were running RIM, he would “go to the 43rd floor and find a window.” He went on to say the most likely outcome for RIM is a sale.
P.S. - The title of the thread is the same as the article linked, not trying to start a flame war.
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