If RIM dies, what happens to BlackBerry's hometown?
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If RIM dies, what happens to BlackBerry's hometown?

Waterloo : IA : USA | Jul 10, 2012 at 3:53 AM PDT
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Research in Motion executives will face angry shareholders at their annual meeting on Tuesday, following a dismal year that underscored the BlackBerry's decline. But if RIM goes under, it's not only shareholders who will suffer. RIM's small hometown of Waterloo, Ontario, may feel the brunt of the... FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
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The city limits sign for the City of Waterloo is seen in front of the Blackberry maker's Research in Motion RIM Technology Park in Waterloo
The city limits sign for the City of Waterloo is seen in front of the Blackberry maker's Research in Motion RIM Technology Park in Waterloo
 
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