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Research In Motion can't seem to catch a break, although many would argue that the beleaguered Canadian smartphone maker has itself to blame in its slow march to irrelevance. And in keeping with that theme, Research In Motion recently announced more bad news, and unsurprisingly, investors sold the stock off sharply. With all the negativity facing the business, is this it for Research In Motion? Watch the video to find out where the poster child for failed innovation can and should go from where it finds itself today.
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