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              FILE - In this April 10, 2012, photo, office workers leave the headquarters of Sony Corp. in Tokyo. The electronics and entertainment company, which also makes "Spider-Man" movies, reported Thursday May 10, 2012 a loss of 255 billion yen ($3.2 billion) for the January-March period _ its fifth straight quarterly net loss to round out a fiscal year that was the worst in its 66-year corporate history. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara, File)
              FILE - In this April 10, 2012, photo, office workers leave the headquarters of Sony Corp. in Tokyo. The electronics and entertainment company, which also makes "Spider-Man" movies, reported Thursday May 10, 2012 a loss of 255 billion yen ($3.2 billion) for the January-March period _ its fifth straight quarterly net loss to round out a fiscal year that was the worst in its 66-year corporate history. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara, File)   

Sony and LightSquared tapped by RIM

The Canadian smartphone maker Research In Motion has again reached out to two troubled companies to find executive talent as it prepares to introduce a new series of phones that it hopes will reverse its rapidly declining market share.

On Tuesday, Thorsten Heins, a German who became the company’s chief executive in January, appointed Frank Boulben, a former LightSquared executive who has spent much of his career in his native France, as chief marketing officer. He named Kristian Tear, a Swede who was most recently with Sony Mobile Communications, as chief operating officer.

Full Story: RIM Looks to Sony and LightSquared for Talent