11 Apr '11, 10pm

BlackBerry makers RIM desperately hope to rewrite the PlayBook

WATERLOO (Ontario) - In a rare interview last week, Mr Mike Lazaridis, one of two chief executives at Research In Motion (RIM), was the one asking the questions. "Why is it that people don't appreciate our profits? Why is it that people don't appreciate our growth? Why is it that people don't appreciate the fact that we spent the last four years going global? Why is it that people don't appreciate that we have 500 carriers in 170 countries with products in almost 30 languages?" He wrapped up by saying: "I don't fully understand why there's this negative sentiment, and I just don't have the time to battle it. In the end, what I've learned is you've just got to prove it over and over and over." Mr Lazaridis can point to numbers that back up his frustrated defence of RIM, maker of the BlackBerry. During its last fiscal year, the company shipped a record 52.3 million phones - ...

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