BlackBerry maker Research In Motion is in deep, deep trouble. Shareholders are watching co-CEOs Balisillie and Lazaridis squander a once-bulletproof lead in the smartphone wars, and they want some changes. The company is currently looking at a new management structure, but that might be too little, too late.
More drastic measures seem to be in order. Would anybody want to buy the company? And if so, what would the buyer get? Let's find out.