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BlackBerry CEO and board reportedly considering taking company private

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Research In Motion went public in 1998, but after being a driving force early last decade, the company sat idle as others continued to innovate. CEO Thorsten Heins and BlackBerry's board are weighing a number of options as the company continues to struggle, but a report suggests a new option is now on the table: taking the company private. According to the CBC, a trio of high-level BlackBerry executives are leaving the company less than a month after 250 employees in BlackBerry's R&D department were fired.

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