“I expect to see the Maple Leafs win a Stanley Cup before RIM builds a number one phone,” said Bing Gordon of Kleiner Perkins, the Silicon Valley venture firm that helped launch Google.
Charter Equity analyst Ed Snyder, who has covered RIM since its public listing in 1997, two years before the BlackBerry was launched…
“They’re stuck in the past. They know what worked and keep playing that card and it’s not working any more, and they don’t seem to have any ideas.”
Must be a wonderful time to work at Microsoft and RIM these days.