While RIM (RIMM) CEO Thorston Heins believes the firm has "a great future" despite its huge...

|By:, SA News Editor

While RIM (RIMM) CEO Thorston Heins believes the firm has "a great future" despite its huge problems, Nomura's Richard Windsor is unconvinced. Windsor predicts declines in competitiveness and units, and "persistent losses from the device business long-term." He adds that RIM's strategy is "overly ambitious and unlikely to succeed."