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RIM Preparing for a Sale, Reports Profit Confidential, a Leading Financial Newsletter(June 06, 2012)
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 06, 2012
Sasha Cekerevac, contributor to Profit Confidential, argues that Research In Motion Limited (RIM) is being left behind in the smartphone sector, with only 6.4% global market share in the last quarter, down from 13.6% in the first quarter of 2011. Cekerevac believes that RIM managements recent actions are aimed at making the firm more appealingto would-be buyers.
In the article Is Research In Motion Preparing for a Sale? Cekerevac points out that more job cuts are coming down the pipeline for RIM and it is highly probable that additional write-downs will occur.
Cekerevac believes that the goal for new RIM CEO Thorsten Heins is to clean up the firm and sell it before its too late.
No one wants to buy a bloated firm thats only a small, marginal player in the market sector, says Cekerevac.
In regard to a possible write-down, Cekerevac says, RIM has a massive inventory glut, since no one is buying these phones.
With the new Samsung Galaxy S3 already out and the Apple iPhone 5 due in a few months, Cekerevac thinks these phones will completely destroy the BlackBerry maker. Especially since RIM is going to miss back-to-school; if they miss the Christmas holidays, theyre essentially done.
Cekerevac notes that the competition has put RIM products far behind the technological curve: The market sector is advancing rapidly, and RIM is simply too far behind to catch up.
The only positive point right now is that finally management at RIM has thrown in the towel and is ready to sell the company, says Cekerevac. With revenue declining every quarter at a massive rate, they have only months to go to sell at any price.
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