Did This CEO Just Kill RIMM?

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The following video is from Wednesday's MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill, along with analysts Austin Smith, Bryan Hinmon, and Jason Moser, discuss the top business and investing stories.

This segment focuses on Yahoo (NAS: YHOO) CEO Marissa Mayer's turnaround plans for the company, which she just recently shared with employees. One of her first priorities is to improve employee morale, and one of her first acts as CEO will be to provide free smartphones for all employees. They can go with Apple's (NAS: AAPL) iPhone, Google's (NAS: GOOG) Galaxy, or basically anything they want -- anything, that is, except Research in Motion's (NAS: RIMM) Blackberry.

Check out the video below for the guys' reactions to this story.

 


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