Report: RIM Co-Founder Quit After BlackBerry Strategy Changes Rebuffed

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Brian Wilson

Can't blame him for throwing up his arms and heading out, but you've to wonder why he bothered keeping his money in RIM if he really had no faith left in the platform. To be fair diversifying the operating system by allowing third party hardware would probably be a good business move for RIM, it may have been a major game changer had they done it earlier on. I still think that they're far from dead, as many skeptics seem to be rattling off about. Apple has been at this point at least at one point in the past. Take a look at how a few good business decisions created the momentum needed to propel them into the vibrant company they are today. RIM still has potential, I suppose in time we'll find out if their management is viable enough to make use of it.

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