RIM's inescapable tailspin

Research In Motion's fate looks to be sealed, and as the bad news continues to pile up, the BlackBerry looks destined to join Nokia in the smartphone graveyard.

The outlook for embattled BlackBerry maker  Research In Motion is getting bleaker by the minute. The company is set to sack up to 5000 workers and has delayed the launch of its next flagship phone, the BlackBerry 10. With so much bad news Horace Dediu explains how it may be impossible for RIM to recover from its ongoing tail spin. 


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