Go to the Globe and Mail homepage

Jump to main navigationJump to main content

Community

Digital Lab

Where The Globe discusses community, journalism and how Canadians shape our stories

Entry archive:

Research in Motion Chief Executive Officer Thorsten Heins speaks at the BlackBerry World event in Orlando, Florida in this May 1, 2012 (David Manning/Reuters)
Research in Motion Chief Executive Officer Thorsten Heins speaks at the BlackBerry World event in Orlando, Florida in this May 1, 2012 (David Manning/Reuters)

Share

What would you ask RIM CEO Thorsten Heins? Add to ...

UPDATE: With almost 200 submissions, Globe and Mail editors chose 10 questions to send to RIM CEO Thorsten Heins. Read the answers here.

 

"Don't count BlackBerry out," Research In Motion Ltd. CEO Thorsten Heins wrote in a column for The Globe and Mail on Tuesday.

After announcing disastrous financial results and 5,000 layoffs last week, the new CEO is going on the offensive against the impression that the Waterloo, Ont.-based smartphone maker is in a “death spiral” and will be unable to launch its repeatedly delayed BlackBerry 10 software platform, writes technology reporter Iain Marlow.

We want to hear from you.

Readers, if you could ask RIM CEO Thorsten Heins one question, what would it be? We'll publish the top questions and send them to the company.

(Mobile users click here)

 

In the know

Most popular videos »

Highlights

More from The Globe and Mail

Most popular