While Canadians are cautious about stock's high valuation, Net angle is luring Americans
MARK EVANS Technology Reporter; Source: Bloomberg Financial Services;; Datastream; Globe Information Services Thursday, August 5, 1999
Research In Motion Ltd. chairman Jim Balsillie says he never checks the price of his company's shares, claiming it has little bearing on what he does to keep the two-way pager maker moving forward.
In fact, he says any employee caught sneaking a look at the stock price must pay a hefty fine: The purchase of doughnuts for the entire company -- about $200 given that the Waterloo, Ont.-based company employs more than 400 people. Cont'd)