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BlackBerry execs shown door as new chief shakes up troubled smartphone maker

By David Friend, The Canadian Press

WATERLOO, Ont. — The executive offices at BlackBerry Ltd. (TSX:BB) are undergoing major changes as the smartphone maker announced Monday that chief operating officer Kristian Tear and chief marketing officer Frank Boulben are leaving. 251 more words


Three execs ousted from beleaguered BlackBerry as new CEO tries to salvage what's left of company

”It’s already a cold day for BlackBerry as the company continues to reshuffle its ranks,” Kwame Opam reports for The Verge.

“The company announced this morning that BlackBerry COO Kristian Tear and CMO Frank Boulben are both set to leave the company, while financial chief Brian Bidulka will be replaced,” Opam reports. 92 more words


BlackBerry Management/Board Changes | More They Stay The Same

As the continuing saga at Waterloo progresses, the next phase includes a round of management changes, including a pretty big (and arguably long time coming) departure. 195 more words


BlackBerry announces management and board restructure as Frank Boulben and Kristian Tear leave company

BlackBerry today announced that as part of their restructuring process, COO Kristian Tear and CMO Frank Boulben will be leaving the company. Read the press release below:- 496 more words

Kristian Tear My Interview Questions - CrackBerry!

CrackBerry_Kevin … you have a great blog and user base, but I feel this latest opportunity is wasted! You have great connections which you can ask more than the first four “touchy feely” type questions. 491 more words

RIM says BB10 devices will be in stores soon after Jan. 30 launch

We’re working hard right now to make sure all the bits and pieces and all the details are in place for the date

WATERLOO, ONTARIO — Research In Motion is confident its new BlackBerry 10 devices will be 100% ready for the January 30 launch and available in stores “not too long after” that, Chief Operating Officer Kristian Tear said on Tuesday.

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