“The head of global sales at Research In Motion Ltd has resigned to take on a leadership role in another industry, the BlackBerry maker said on Wednesday,” Alastair Sharp reports for Reuters.
“Patrick Spence was a 14-year RIM veteran widely considered a rising star. A spokeswoman for RIM said Spence’s last day with the company will be June 15,” Sharp reports. “RIM has seen a steady stream of departures in the past year as its once-dominant market share has slipped amid fierce competition from Apple Inc. and [knockoff] phones running on Google Inc’s Android.”
Sharp reports, “RIM did not name a replacement for Spence or say where he was going.”
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MacDailyNews Take: We’d call him a smart rat, but considering that he probably signed off on “Amateur Hour,” we’ll just call him lucky to have escaped the mass drowning.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “JayinDC” for the heads up.]
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