Yups he clearly has no faith in BB turning its present condition around or at least not any time soon. I am trying to think of other possible reasons and the only one that would make any sense at all is if he was having internal problems within BB most likely personal or needed to break ties with the company in order to enter a contract with a conflicting company? But even then if you thought that the stock would rise in just the comming months possibly doubling your investment or more what contract or dispute would keep you from riding it out and cashing in? none... BlackBerry 10 might not have been the answer afterall...
>> Even with RIM's amazingly low stock price of around $11, he's still coming out with nearly $300 million.
Good for him. He should totally get more than I've made in 30 years for whatever the hell it is that he did that tanked the *** out of blackberry. Also, why don't we offer them our wives?
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
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