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How Did BlackBerry Do Everything Wrong?

Blackberry is near the end of an epic tumble, and the path it took from CrackBerry dominance to telecom afterthought bears the classic hallmarks of business implosions past.

America's 9 Most Damaged Brands

Reputations are among the most prized assets major corporations have, and they can fall as fast and as hard as they have climbed. These are America's nine most damaged brands.

Samsung Unveils Latest iPhone Challenger

Samsung Electronics is ratcheting up its rivalry with Apple with its new Galaxy S 4 smartphone, which has a larger, sharper screen than its predecessor, the best-selling S III.

Is Nokia Toast? Cell Phone Maker Still Has All the Wrong Answers

Nokia's stock price has nearly doubled since hitting bottom last summer, but it's premature to call this a turnaround for the company that, until recently, was the world's largest cell phone maker. If anything, at least one analyst sees this as a selling opportunity.

Apple Loses Touchscreen Patent Suit Against Samsung -- Again

A Dutch court has again ruled against Apple in a suit against South Korea's Samsung Electronics, saying that Galaxy tablets don't infringe an Apple patent on touchscreen interfaces. The Dutch case is one of many Apple is pursuing against Samsung in their reciprocal patent war.

10 Brands Losing the Most Value

While some of the biggest brands have grown their values by more than 20% since last year's report by Interbrand, others have fallen precipitously. Here are the brands that lost the most value over the past year.

RIM Reports Quarterly Loss but Cash Pile Grows

Research In Motion Ltd reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss on Thursday and the struggling BlackBerry maker managed to increase its cash pile in the run-up to the launch of its make-or-break line of next generation devices.

Nokia Shows Off New Windows Smartphones

Nokia revealed its first smartphones to run the next version of Windows, a big step for a company that has bet its future on an alliance with Microsoft. Investors were disappointed, and Nokia's stock fell sharply on Wednesday.