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On Jan. 30, Research In Motion brought its latest BlackBerry 10 operating system to market. Wall Street, however, was not very impressed as the stock immediately collapsed by 12% to close out the trading session at $13.78. That very same day, Research In Motion executives announced that the company was set to officially rename itself BlackBerry (BBRY). In conjunction with this move, the corporation formerly known as Research In Motion awarded R&B entertainer Alicia Keys the title of "global creative director." Taken together, these recent transactions indicate that BlackBerry now wants to move its image away from that of a dowdy electrical engineering outpost and into that of a chic consumer electronics trendsetter. Unfortunately for BlackBerry shareholders, this latest smoke-and-mirrors marketing plan will have no effect on the bottom line. Despite the name change, BlackBerry stock is a losing investment.

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