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IT's Up! No, It's Down!

The Martin Chronicles
The Martin Chronicles
The Martin Chronicles
9/29/2006

NOON -- Why I'm glad I'm not a financial journalist, Part 103: Here are the top two headlines on Yahoo's company news page for BlackBerry at 4:30 p.m. EDT yesterday:

  • Research In Motion shares slip ahead of results MarketWatch (Thu 4:17pm)

  • Research in Motion shares rebound ahead of results MarketWatch (Thu 2:18pm)

— Richard Martin, Senior Editor, Unstrung

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dan'l
dan'l
12/5/2012 | 3:39:13 AM
re: IT's Up! No, It's Down!
Dick, you're schizophrenic just like this whole industry
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