Manufacturer of the BlackBerry smartphone, predict second quarter income that missed analysts’ estimates and allege it will cut jobs as a lack of latest models on times consumers to purchase competitor gadgets.
The stock cut down in so far as 16% in late trading following RIM said income this quarter would be 75% to $1.05 a share. Analysts forecasted $1.40, eliminating several costs, according to a Bloomberg study. RIM said, income will be $4.2 billion to $4.8 billion in the three months through August, compared with the standard estimate of $5.47 billion.
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