If Rim Wants To Fix The BlackBerry Brand, it's Time For Some Demolition

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know that Research In Motion announced last week that it’s replaced dual-CEOs Mike Lazardis and Jim Balsillie with the heretofore unknown Thorsten Heins. The news came on the heels of recent (and very public) questions about the leadership of the company, as its marketshare continues on a steep, downward path.

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