It's going to be great reading about the losses to shorts
if us corporations take on the galaxy phone made by samdung I will be amazed how stupid this country is actually getting. I would never buy anything from Korea
who cares........ We have been down graded by every bogus analyst out there when all along kept on adding 100million a qrtr and millions of subs. And to think of it we have more subs now then we had when RIMM was over 100.00 pps...Put that in your crack pipe and snort it you loser spammer
THEY ARE BUILDING THERE OWN HANDSETS..... I am typing on an pos imac
but they were supposed to be using Moto handsets to use droid O/S....what US Government agency is going to trust South Korea with anything?????? Now I have heard everything.. What a FN JOKE THIS ONE WAS FROM THE F'D UP NY TIMES
someone with a huge position is looking for the opportunity to hammer this stock, I wonder if the's the exiled idiot ceo..Any little bogus bad new posted this stock gets hammered,,,Like I said i am looking for the SEC investigation to be announced they have got to be investigating this stock,,We will soon find out
Don't know where you got that info at but my info is as of feb15 2013 it is down to 129 million plus what ever Canada is at...Can you tell me where you got it from..If that is correct it's great.....even 129+MILLIONis great
Are you out of your mind?????????????? Why would Blackberry degrade itself and be involved with a POS company like CrAPPLE
short interest fell by 4.2% to 129.49 million shares, or 27.7% of the total float. Good luck with that losers!!
Better get on the horn with toad face savitz or Rocco the loser or maybe Cramer to pump out some more lies and bogus articles.............LOSERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
30k put calls at 12.00 nice chunk of change to lose
Share holders have been scammed by the media with this stock....I think we have a nice case against many of those no frills outlets and possibly the authors of them..
thats the only way to find out because no media is going to publish it especially the frauds at CNBC