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Breaking Down Blackberry's Earnings Report

Blackberry surprised Wall Street with a solid quarterly profit, but revenue fell, and the company continued to lose customers. And what of the new Z10 and Q10 smartphones?

Is BlackBerry Maker RIM Ripe for a Rebound?

Investors have abandoned Research In Motion, which may finally make it a good investment again. Twenty months ago, the smartphone company's shares traded at $85. The stock now changes hands at around $49. But there are good reasons to expect that it won't stay that low for long.

RIM's Strong Earnings Ease Worries Over Apple, Google

Research In Motion reported better than expected earnings Thursday, blunting fears that the Blackberry-maker is losing ground to smartphone rivals Apple and Google. But investors pushed shares down 3% in after-hours trading on secondary results that came up short of Wall Street's hopes.