Heins denies that RIM is in "death spiral"

07/4/2012 | Reuters · Bloomberg Businessweek

Even as Research In Motion CEO Thorsten Heins insisted Tuesday that the BlackBerry-maker is not in a "death spiral," the Canadian company was said to be negotiating with carriers to cut back on the fees that contribute more than one-third of its revenue. "There's nothing wrong with the company as it exists right now," Heins told the CBC. Analysts say RIM is under pressure from carriers to lower the fees they pay to access its BlackBerry server infrastructure.

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