Research In Motion continues to lose senior executives as the company struggles to reverse its sliding fortunes. The latest to leave is Alistair Mitchell, a BBM vice president. He will shortly be followed by Alan Brenner, a senior vice president for the BlackBerry platform, who will leave after a transition period.
A number of executive departures, including that of Jim Balsillie, were announced when RIM announced its latest financial results. RIM has also lost its marketing lead, two Chief Operating Officers, among others in the last number of months. Employees of all ranks have not been immune as the company has undergone layoffs as well.
Thorsten Heins recently took on the roles of President and CEO recently and is now looking at what options the company has. Everything from licensing agreements and partnerhips to an outright sale of the company is on the table.
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