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A BlackBerry handset is displayed in Washington on Dec. 15, 2011. (JONATHAN ERNST/Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)
A BlackBerry handset is displayed in Washington on Dec. 15, 2011. (JONATHAN ERNST/Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

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Key events in RIM's crucial year ahead Add to ...

Several key dates will go a long way toward shaping the market's perception of Thorsten Heins, Research In Motion's new chief executive officer. In the next 12 months, he will preside over product unveilings, earnings calls and perhaps the most important event in the company's history: the launch of the next-generation line of BlackBerrys, on which RIM is betting its future.

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