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    Angry Yahoo Reporter Clueless - "Brands Likely to Disappear in 2013"

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    Yahoo! is commenting on whether or not RIM will disappear in 2013? I don't think they're in any position to be belittling any of these companies.
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    Another example of "look at the source"....
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    Yahoo should also be in this list imo.
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    Yahoo is a brand that will disappear in 2013

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    Yahoo who? Never heard of them.
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    Has anyone noticed the how out of touch yahoo is on their news? I am sure of i do my research on all the companies on the list it will all be bogus info."Word on the street is the only option for RIM's survival is to be bought"? WTH!!
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    Yahooo them selves are Very anti RIM, I'm not suprised that they put RIM on that list.
    You should hear what their new CEO has to say about BlackBerry every chance she gets.
    If I were her, I would consentrate on turning my own company around & stop jumping on RIM

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    Yahoo! seems quite adamant about predicting RIM's demise... Seriously, this must be the 4th time in an article or video that they've mentioned RIM.

    Oh wait. Now according to them, BB10 is one of the most anticipated tech products of 2013... Yahoo! is a joke.
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    If there is a God, then Yahoo will be one of the brands disappearing next year. What a bunch of irritating pricks.
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    Also from Yahoo, coming in at #3 is BB10 Most anticipated tech products for 2013 | Digital Crave - Yahoo!
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    Put the pitchforks away. Yahoo is simply regurgitating an article from 24/7 Wall St.

    It's a prediction... whatever. Let's see how 24/7 Wall St has done over the years:

    The Ten Brands That Will Disappear In 2010 - 24/7 Wall St.

    24/7 Wall St. Ten Brands That Will Disappear in 2011 - 24/7 Wall St.

    24/7 Wall St. Ten Brands That Will Disappear In 2012 - 24/7 Wall St.

    What is cool is that the editors do seem to call themselves out on missed predictions the following year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fbf2012 View Post
    Has anyone noticed the how out of touch yahoo is on their news? I am sure of i do my research on all the companies on the list it will all be bogus info."Word on the street is the only option for RIM's survival is to be bought"? WTH!!
    Yahoo is out of touch in general. They have far too many bloggers masquerading as journalists and the quality of their content is pretty bad. It's gotten to the point that some folks troll certain contributors to the site because their articles generally lack any real sort of news.

    Yahoo is one of those dinosaur internet portals that still tries to act like they're a big deal yet they've been irrelevant for better part of a close to a decade. They're like AOL, only without the desk drawer full of those old 1000 hours free CDs.......
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    The funny thing is the other day Yahoo has an article bashing RIM, then the next day one suggesting a major turnaround in 2013, then this. Go figure....
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    Yahoo is only kept alive to ensure Google doesn't get whacked with an antitrust suit for having a near monopoly on the search and ad revenue market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomJasper View Post
    Yahoo who? Never heard of them.
    Let's shorten it a tad... YaWho?
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    Let's shorten it a tad... YaWho?
    More like "YawnWho".

    These articles are dumb. Clearly filler articles. The truth is most of these brands will probably be there in 2020 and hundreds of other things people thought would be around will instantly be gone. Some companies will get a bad case of the Enrons and surprise people.
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    Can you believe Ballmer offered 44BILLION dollars to buy Yahoo, and they turned him down. God, what a bullet dodged!
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    And how about a 1yr chart, which proves the opposite? Comparing which of two companies is spiraling into the ground faster doesn't get you very far.

    I presume you were being ironic by actually using YaWho?'s stock charts instead of Google's. Let's put petty quibbles aside, does RIM's future extend past 2014?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bk1022 View Post
    And how about a 1yr chart, which proves the opposite? Comparing which of two companies is spiraling into the ground faster doesn't get you very far.

    I presume you were being ironic by actually using YaWho?'s stock charts instead of Google's. Let's put petty quibbles aside, does RIM's future extend past 2014?

    Precisely, year to year Yahoo is up 20% while RIMM is down 20%. Yahoo just aggregates much of its "news" as it did with this story. To many here, Seeking Alpha seems to be full of it when they write anti-RIM articles but truth speakers when one of their bloggers writes a pro-RIM story. Please just take it for what it is worth without all the moral outrage.


    To be serious, though it looks like BB10 will be a good system and successful, and personally I am holding out for a physical keyboard version even though my 9650 is almost dead, IF BB10 flops, then RIM will be in VERY SERIOUS trouble and the story could be closer to fact than fiction.

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