These aren’t good times for RIM. After all that happened last week you would think things couldn’t get worse for RIM, but they can. Brian Wallace, RIM’s vice president of digital marketing and media, has left the company. Mr. Wallace left RIM and moved to Samsung Telecommunications America.
“At this point Samsung confirms the news, but [has] no additional comments,” said a Samsung Telecommunications spokeswoman.
This loss couldn’t come at a worse time, with RIM’s market share dropping after the announcement of the first quarter fiscal 2012 results. Neither company has said anything about this besides confirming the news, and Mr. Wallace has been keeping to himself as well. Do you think this will negatively affect RIM?