Research In Motion CEO Thorsten Heins vowed to overhaul the BlackBerry-maker after the company suffered its first fourth-quarter decline in shipments since 2006 and analysts saw little room for optimism. Heins said the company would consider all options, including a sale. The changes were dramatic: Former co-CEO Jim Balsillie will leave the company, as will two other top executives, and Heins said RIM would return to targeting its core business customers while limiting its consumer appeal to a selected group. "Whether it means we'll build hardware or whether we engage in other partnerships is exactly part of the strategic review," Heins said.
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