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Research in Motion Ltd. (RIMM)

Today, however, RIMM shareholders are enjoying a 4.4 percent post-earnings move higher and expiring Weekly $15 calls are the most actives, with 9850 traded and about half the volume traded on the Bid. Apr 13 puts

Let's cut to the chase about Research In Motion Ltd. (NASDAQ:RIMM) , its only hope is to be bought by Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) then allowed to fail using Microsoft money. That would work out for investors since they'd be out of the stock and no

And the numbers are out:RESEARCH IN MOTION 4Q REV. $4.19B, EST. $4.51BRESEARCH IN MOTION 4Q ADJ. EPS 80C, EST. 81C Terminations:RESEARCH IN MOTION SAYS BALSILLIE RESIGNS FROM

Research In Motion (RIMM) is up and implied volatility in the options on the Blackberry-maker is down today after the company reported earnings after the closing bell yesterday. Although the stock fell in the after hour session on the results Thursday,

Could HP consider buying RIMM? How funny would that be and somehow it would not surprise me. Here Are 11 Desperate Companies That Might Buy RIM (RIMM,

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Posted by - March 30, 2012 at 8:34 pm

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NFLX bounces back as Netflix gains subscribers, DVDs not so much

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As the customer count climbs, so has the NFLX stock. By Michael Liedtke, Associated Press / January 25, 2012 A movie selected from among Netflix's "Wat.

Netflix reported December saw 24.4 million subscribers in the US, up from 23.79 million in the third-quarter. That number is almost back at the 24.59 million in the second-quarter, before controversy caused customers to cancel service in droves.

By TheStreet Staff 01/26/12 – 09:36 AM EST Automatic Data (ADP) downgraded at Wells to Market Perform, Wells Fargo said. Valuation call. Estimates also cut, to match the company's new guidance. Automatic Data Processing downgraded at Citigroup to

By TheStreet Staff 01/26/12 – 09:36 AM EST Automatic Data (ADP) downgraded at Wells to Market Perform, Wells Fargo said. Valuation call. Estimates also cut, to match the company's new guidance. Automatic Data Processing downgraded at Citigroup to

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Posted by - January 26, 2012 at 4:51 pm

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Oracle stock nose-dives after earnings report falls short of projections

By Seth Jayson | More Articles Oracle (Nasdaq: ORCL ) reported earnings on Dec. 20. Here are the numbers you need to know. For the quarter ended Nov. 30 (Q2), Oracle missed on revenues and missed on earnings per share. Compared to the prior-year

What happens when the industry leader who never misses earnings manages a huge disappointment? This is the question regarding Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL). The company has a near-decade of history being

By Jeremy C. Owens Oracle's (ORCL) stock price plummeted more than 14 percent Wednesday morning after the Redwood City software giant reported quarterly revenues and profits that did not live up to internal or external expectations.

By Michael Comeau Dec 21, 2011 11:10 am When Oracle's (ORCL) disappointing second-quarter results hit the tape yesterday after the close, my thoughts quickly turned to late October, when IBM (IBM) disappointed with its third-quarter numbers.

The 2011 chart pattern means that it could be some time before ORCL again approaches the 30-35 area.

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Posted by - December 21, 2011 at 4:51 pm

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Issa-Supported Aptera Closes Without Receiving US

Aspiring electric car company Aptera Motors has announced that it is going out of business. In a letter to supporters, Aptera CEO Paul Wilbur said that the company had obtained conditional approval for a $150 million loan from the Department of Energy,

Aptera Motors, the developer of an all-electric, three-wheeled lightweight aerodynamic vehicle (earlier post) is shutting down. In an email sent out this afternoon, President and CEO Paul Wilbur said that, “despite never having

Note to entrepreneurs: it's really hard to build a new automobile (see Next Autoworks, Chevy Volt, Fisker, Tesla, Edsel).

Aptera's President and CEO Paul Wilbur has announced that California-based Aptera is closing its doors. It seemed that the company was just on the cusp of releasing a production version of the Aptera 2e, a 3-wheel, 2-seat

Aptera Motors, the developer of an all-electric, three-wheeled lightweight aerodynamic vehicle (earlier post) is shutting down. In an email sent out this afternoon, President and CEO Paul Wilbur said that, “despite never having

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Posted by - December 3, 2011 at 7:51 pm

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Research In Motion: This Sell-Off Is Just The Beginning

Research In Motion's (RIMM) recent earnings report show concerns that I have about Research In Motion's business. The company missed revenue expectations as well as units sold. (See earnings call transcript.) What is most concerning about this earnings

Research In motion (RIMM) [$23.81 at 12:07 pm Friday] after trading as low as $22.52 today, is targeting a re-test of the bottom at $21.60, hoping to put a double bottom in place, short term. Longer term with a recent analyst target of $20 and a book

There were many things to scratch your head about on last night's Research In Motion (RIMM) call. They missed their guidance for the third straight quarter. They saw a drop in units shipped for the first time in 10 years. Their gross margins dropped

Research In Motion Limited (USA) (NASDAQ:RIMM). Last Market Price: 23.81, Change: -5.73, % Change: (-19.40%). Shares trade in the range of 22.52 – 24.12 dollars. It has a market capitalization of 12.48B dollars, making it a Large Cap Stock and has

Equities research analysts at ISI Group lowered their price target on shares of Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) from $40.00 to $30.00 in a research issued.

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Posted by - September 16, 2011 at 9:51 pm

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