Monday was a better day than usual on Wall Street for Research in Motion. The company’s shares rose more than 4 percent briefly hitting $9.07 before closing at $8.81, after it announced a January 30, 2013 “launch event” for its first BlackBerry 10 devices. A nice rally for the long-suffering BlackBerry maker, which has seen its stock price fall 40 percent year-to-date amid continuing stumbles in the smartphone market.
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