Thorsten Heins


BlackBerry Tablet?

ORLANDO, Fla. - BlackBerry executives delivered a lengthy list of new announcements this week at the smartphone maker's annual conference, but the buzz has already shifted to what the company may be s...

New Low-Price Model?

ORLANDO, Fla. - BlackBerry will pull out all the stops this week as the company welcomes thousands of industry players for BlackBerry Live, it's annual three-day conference which promises to offer som...

11 Business Stories To Watch In 2013

TORONTO - A look at 11 executives, companies and business stories to watch in 2013: Full text below slideshow %Slideshow-545274%Research In Motion and Thorsten HeinsThe future of BlackBerry maker Rese...

Why RIM Made the Right Call on China

At this week's annual shareholders meeting in Waterloo, Research In Motion CEO Thorsten Heins announced a tough decision: in spite of the company's serious financial woes, he decided that the idea of moving manufacturing operations to China was simply out of the question. The reason: he was not willing to sacrifice BlackBerry's high level of security.

RIM Laying Off High-Level Execs: Report

Jim Balsillie, the brash, hockey-loving executive who helped build Research in Motion into a global force with the BlackBerry smartphones, is retiring from the struggling technology company as its new...

RIM's Enigmatic New CEO Big On Tech

TORONTO - The man tasked with revitalizing a mainstay of Canada's corporate landscape comes to the job armed with a physics degree, an impressive corporate resume and an enthusiasm for technological s...