RIM upbeat despite missing BlackBerry targets

Research in Motion termed its second quarter a success Thursday even though revenue fell short of Wall Street's expectations. That led some analysts and investors to worry about the BlackBerry maker's growth prospects among rising competition. But Jim Balsillie, RIM's co-CEO, pointed to the company's success in adding nonenterprise customers in the quarter, saying, "We are teed up to go much more mainstream."

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