You can see the pieces of BlackBerry start to crumble away, as two more are set to leave the company falling the failure to sell it.
Head or mergers and acquisitions Chris Wormald will apparently leave by the end of this month, with executive vice president of global sales Rick Costanzo will follow early next year. CEO John Chen is currently in the process of aggressively restructuring the company, which may be the reason for some of these departures.
BlackBerry failed to sell itself off to Fairfax Financial a few weeks ago. The company’s financial struggles have been an ongoing saga for a good chunk of 2013. With two more executives gone, will the company be able to stick around for long in 2014?
Source: Wall Street Journal