Research In Motion Faces More Tablet Trouble

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Saying Research In Motion has had a rough go of it lately might qualify as the understatement of the year. More bluntly, the company in many ways appears to be firmly in a downward spiral, and the ending probably won't be pretty for investors. To add to its laundry list of depressing moves, the company recently announced another major change to its line of tablets, which could be generously described as a flop. Listen on to find out what's happened in this next chapter of the drama-turned-tragedy that is Research In Motion.

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