If you thought the rumors and stories about RIM getting bought were over, think again. New information has come to light that Lenovo is looking into acquisitions and strategic alliances to boost their mobile business, and Research in Motion is one of their options. As one of the largest PC producers, Lenovo now wants in the mobile market and to do so they need to buy or get new partners.
“We are looking at all opportunities RIM and many others,” said Chief Financial Officer Wong Wai Ming “We’ll have no hesitation if the right opportunity comes along that could benefit us and shareholders.”
Lenovo says RIM’s stock have gone up this year, all due to the BlackBerry 10 OS that will be announced this January 30th. Though Lenovo has confirmed they are looking into RIM, BlackBerry maker has declined to comment on this matter.
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