NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Another disappointing quarter for Research in Motion.
The Blackberry maker announced that it sold fewer units than expected, lowered its profit guidance for the rest of the year and warned about margin squeeze next quarter as it attempts to push its PlayBook tablets via aggressive price promotions.
RIM's () stock is down more than 18% in afternoon trading, but way above its opening lows.
RIMM far from its best days: From 2003 to 2008 it went from $5 to $145. Today it is trading 83% below its all-time high.
Meanwhile, Apple (Fortune 500) is getting ready to release its iPhone 5. The stock of the tech giant is less than 2% from its all-time high.,
Ever since the first version of the iPhone was introduced in June 2007, Apple's shares gained 224%. For the same period, Research in Motion's stock is down 57%, Nokia ( ) is down 80%.
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