Research In Motion’s stock has been in a serious tail spin since February, and it has lost 74% of its value since hitting a peak in June of 2008.Investors are giving up on the company because it is losing market and mind share to Apple and Google.
From the outside, it makes sense. The company has had four years to answer the iPhone and yet to deliver a single impressive result.
But what is it like on the inside of the company? Are employees drinking the Kool-Aid that something “fantastic” is just around the corner?
Or is morale in the toilet as the once dominant smartphone brand gets smoked?
We want to know!
So, please enlighten us in the comments, or email [email protected] or hit us up through our tips box: http://www.businessinsider.com.au/contact
We just want to get a read on the pulse of Research In Motion.
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