By Harry McCracken | Monday, January 23, 2012 at 9:09 am
Uh oh: RIM’s new CEO is saying he doesn’t “think a drastic change is needed.” (What does he know that we don’t know?)
Peter Kafka of All Things D reports:
Research In Motion isn’t broken, so no need to break it up. But it needs better internal focus, and better external focus, too.
That’s the takeaway from new RIM CEO Thorsten Heins, who told analysts this morning that he thinks the company is in pretty good shape, all things considered. Sure, in the U.S., it has been roughed up by Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android, but it’s still used by lots of people, has lots of fans in big companies and big government agencies, and lots of users around the world.