Research In Motion's newly appointed CEO, Thorsten Heins, on Friday detailed his strategy for turning around the BlackBerry-maker's sagging fortunes, saying he would put a priority on persuading current owners to upgrade to newer BlackBerry 7 models. He also said RIM would work more closely with carriers and that he was turning over the top executive ranks of the company's U.S. leadership. In Europe, the BlackBerry has started to lose some of its cache among formerly devoted corporate users, according to analysts.
Heins charts aggressive path to RIM's rebound
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