Tech wrap: RIM co-CEOs seen losing chairman role

January 3, 2012

RIM is close to a decision on stripping its co-chief executives of their other shared role as chairman of the board, The National Post newspaper said, a change that could meet a key demand from angry and disillusioned investors. The Post’s sources said Barbara Stymiest, currently an independent member of RIM’s board, is leading the race to replace Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie in the chairmanship. RIM shares jumped more than 7 percent on the news. But some analysts doubted Stymiest, if named to the chairmanship, would actually assume the transformational role that activist shareholders are calling for.

Me Too: More funding for HouseTrip.com

November 22, 2011

Me Too is a scorned strategy among many entrepreneurs, but it sometimes works quite well.

Tech Summit Q&A, final day: Verizon, Foursquare, LivingSocial

May 19, 2011

Being social,  going local, and paying for the privilege were hot topics on the last day of the Reuters 2011 Global Technology Summit.