Research In Motion's newly named CEO Thorsten Heins addressed analysts Monday after being named to replace the company's co-CEOs. Heins said he would take "appropriate risks" but did not see a need for major changes. Heins and the new board chairwoman, Barbara Stymiest, face doubts among investors and analysts that they can revive the flagging BlackBerry brand without making aggressive adjustments to RIM's products and marketing strategies.
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