RIM Is Cutting Summer Vacations And Making Employees Work Six Days A Week

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Following RIM’s announcement that it’s delaying its new mobile operating system, BlackBerry 10, until 2013, the Ottawa Citizen is now reporting employees at RIM’s Ottawa office are being asked to work six days a week and cut back on summer vacation.The employees are tasked with finishing BlackBerry 10, which has already been delayed several times. Based on last week’s news, we’re betting the operating system never launches.

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