Lazaridis Won’t Dump His Shares — Unlike a Certain Other Former BlackBerry Co-CEO

No plans to divest as of right now.

Former BlackBerry CEO Sells Out

Jim Balsillie, the former co-CEO of BlackBerry, has dumped his entire stake in the company.

RIM May Not Survive, but Its Founders’ Nonprofit Side Projects Will

Like the BlackBerry? Too bad. Fancy theoretical physics or global governance? RIM’s founders have funded two nonprofits that are on far more solid ground.

RIM to Former Co-CEOs: Here’s $12 Million for a Job Well Done — Until About Four Years Ago

RIM gives former co-CEOs Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis a $12 million going-away gift.

Was Jim Balsillie Trying to Push a Strategy Shift Before Leaving RIM?

Reuters reports that the former co-CEO of RIM wanted to allow non-BlackBerry devices to run on its data network, a move that encountered stiff opposition within the company.

Investors Must Wait to See Impact of RIM’s Changes, But Some Employees May Not Last That Long

New chief Thorsten Heins promised a further reorganization of the company starting today, as RIM aims to turn things around before it is too late.

RIM Director: Our New CEO Isn’t a Moron Like the Rest of You

Roger Martin would have us believe there was no one inside the company or out who was capable of running it properly — until now.

Heins: I’m Here to Help RIM Catch Up

“I know we’ve made mistakes, and I know I’m in for a fight.”

“Canada’s Buffett” Brings Credibility and Cash to RIM

Prem Watsa brings more than business acumen to RIM’s board.

RIM: Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Bosses

“If we continue doing well what we’re doing, I see no problems with us being in the top three players worldwide in the next years in wireless.”

RIM Co-CEOs May Lose Co-Chairman Roles

Resolutions for 2012 (Comic)

A RIM-mess Carol (Comic)

RIM Shares Slip Below Book Value