RIM Will Ditch One Of Its Corporate Jets To Save Money

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Research In Motion is selling one of its corporate jets to save money, Hugo Miller at Bloomberg reports.RIM is hoping to get $6-$7 million for the jet. It wants to save $1 billion in operating costs overall on an annual basis. Ditching one of the jets is going to help hit that target.

It will still have one other private jet for flying execs around the world trying to convince carriers, developers, and consumers that its business is not dead yet.

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