Microsoft, Amazon and Nokia weighed to various degrees -- then dismissed -- the notion of buying Research In Motion in recent months, according to published reports, which note that RIM's shares have fallen to multiyear lows. The BlackBerry and PlayBook maker reportedly has abandoned the idea, at least for now, of selling out in favor of trying to repair the company internally.
Several companies have kicked the tires on RIM
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