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Research In Motion Ltd. chief executive Thorsten Heins, whose comeback plan has gained investor support in the past year, now faces the bigger test of winning over smartphone buyers.
Heins, who became CEO in January 2012, will take the stage in New York on Jan. 30 to unveil new BlackBerry 10 phones -- a product line that is likely to determine the future of both RIM and Heins's career. The...