A year after exiting BlackBerry, Thorsten Heins weighs in on his time at the smartphone maker and dishes on his current phone.
Thorsten Heins stands to make $55.6 million in salary, incentives, and equity if he is ousted from BlackBerry.
Thorsten Heins, who departed BlackBerry in late 2013, will now lead a wireless-charging company on the cusp of its global expansion.
The company's chief executive says that Apple's user interface is "now five years old," indicating the company isn't innovating as quickly as it should.
The embattled smartphone manufacturer is betting its oddly shaped device will turn some heads.
There's no doubt that Thorsten Heins took on a huge challenge when he took over as the CEO of Research in Motion. But he's tackled the job with a degree of ownership and optimism.
The always vocal John Chen ups his chances of survival to 80 percent from 50 percent.
RIM's Thorsten Heins says with BlackBerry 10, the company will mount its worldwide comeback.
The company's chief adds, however, that he believes there is a path to success that will come by way of BlackBerry 10.
In a candid interview with CNET, BlackBerry CEO John Chen shares his thoughts on the carriers, past problems, and T-Mobile CEO John Legere.