Every day isn't a good day for RIM. The company might have announced its new BlackBerry 10 platform earlier this month, but the latest grim report is saying that trading has been halted on RIM's stock, which is a bad sign, because its on the heels of news that its stash of unsold BlackBerry phones and PlayBook tablets have reached to a value of over $1 billion.
RIM is hiring JP Morgan and RBC to explore options and in a press release it states that its looking to leverage the BlackBerry platform through partnerships, licensing opportunities and strategic business model alternatives. This could mean anything to get rid of their mountain of unsold products. Or either that, selling itself in whole or parts.