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U.S. Day Ahead: Good luck RIM chief Thorsten Heins!

Monday, July 09, 2012 - 02:37

July 9 - RIM CEO Thorsten Heins will have to be convincing about the fortunes of the beleaguered company when he addresses a shareholder meeting. Also expect a potential curve ball from disgruntled workers.

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But rim has set to walk into the lion's den and a small Idaho without prepares itself for -- CEO invasion. Off -- highs could get a very uncomfortable reality check when he hears that the company's shareholder meeting for the first time. The new CEO has been defending the Blackberry maker saying there's nothing wrong with the company despite all sorts of bad news we have recently reported its. First loss in eight years delayed the launch of a new handset and Sox already battered stocks hitting new lows. Reuters correspondent Alastair shark says on top of that there could be another curve ball. The company has just laid off good chunk of its work force 5000 people conveniently out. And as stated if even rules a fraction of those turned up at the meeting have their voices it wouldn't look for the company. And there's going to be a lot of media there waiting to hear this story. Not this resort town of Sun Valley, Idaho may need to get something. -- in Bally service for all the corporate jets expected to land at its tiny airport that heavy hitters of the media and tech world will be arriving for the start a conference. By the investment bank Allen and company big names at this so called summer camp for moguls Rupert Murdoch. Bob Iger Oprah Winfrey and Mark Zuckerberg writers will be there to report on any height of deal making. So far this week we've got to stop that officials say -- not more stimulus. But don't expect James Bullard to follow suit this thing this president is speaking at that -- on -- a lot on the Euro zone. So hot he said it would take a huge shock to the US economy could just by the Fed pumping more cash into the system. Well it is not a voting member on the central bank's board this year but he will isn't funny thirteenth. No bull run on Wall Street Monday but Spain -- the real deal. These images of the running of the bulls in Pamplona Spain. Could make headlines Tuesday what American and two brits were gored by a bull named -- -- -- Which means that right away. That vote by the -- in net nearly 12100. Pounds -- -- that -- -- testosterone pumping three and a half minutes. If only Spain consultants debt crisis that quickly. From corporate insider you can follow us on Twitter writers and cider and check out our writer -- TV channel. Reuters dot com slash writers TV I'm Rhonda -- this is Reuters Insider.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Good luck RIM chief Thorsten Heins!

Monday, July 09, 2012 - 02:37