With Research In Motion (RIMM -19%) near its 52-week low after a weak FQ2 report and multiple...

|By:, SA News Editor

With Research In Motion (RIMM -19%) near its 52-week low after a weak FQ2 report and multiple downgrades, investors can expect calls for the company to put itself on sale to pick up. $5+/share in earnings and a strong patent portfolio lead some analysts to think RIM could fetch a healthy premium ... assuming management is willing to sell.