RIM to sell one of its two corporate jets in an effort to cut costs

RIM to sell one of its two corporate jets in an effort to cut costs
Today is another sad day for RIM. Apparently, the company is looking into selling one of its two corporate jets in yet another effort to cut some costs.

Citing unnamed inside sources, Bloomberg has reported that as part of its goal of saving $1 billion in annual costs, RIM has decided to sell its cute 9-passenger jet for about $6 or $7 million. Thankfully, this doesn't mean that CEO Thorsten Heins will be taking the bus anytime soon, as RIM is still the owner of another, 14-passenger jet.

You really shouldn't feel too bad for RIM, after all, that's probably just another great piece of news for the company. Anyone interested in a 9-passenger plane?

via: Reuters

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