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The BlackBerry maker has gotten into a jam as disappointing financials crush investor confidence in turnaround.
Humbled, stumbling Net giant duo have a lot left to offer... each other.
The Blackberry maker falls well short of Wall Street's earnings view, and TheStreet chronicles the ugliness with a live blog.
Still stuck in phone limbo, Wall Street will need a strong outlook from RIM to support the stock's recent bounce off multi-year lows.
New phones aren't in the numbers, so investor hopes will hang on the words of the co-CEOs.
Assuming Microsoft gets it right this time, Windows 8 could be huge for Qualcomm and probably another setback for Intel.
Wall Street starts to clamor a bit louder about all the money Apple is sitting on and how some should go to investors.
John Chambers kills speculation that he may be out soon, saying he's been asked to opt in for three more years.
CFO Frank Calderoni tells analysts he expects gross margins to dip slightly in fiscal 2012 from the prior year.
Someday CEO John Chambers will step down and a suitable replacement will be named, here's a preview of sorts.