In 2007 Research in Motion was at the height of its success, praised as Canada’s most profitable company and the clear market leader in mobile technology. But in just five short years, RIM now finds itself at a crossroads. With crumbling investor confidence and stock prices trading at record lows, RIM is now charged with the task of overturning its rapid decline. Many different strategic options are on the table, but which one will RIM embrace?
In this infographic by Firmex they take a look at which company is best suited to acquire RIM. The infographic details RIM’s corporate history over the last five years and the perceived value of the company.
Infographic Source: Firmex