WASHINGTON — BlackBerry, after seeing its latest effort to try to sell to the highest bidder, has forced several of its executives out the door.
Reuters reported that BlackBerry said two of their top executives resigned and a third was fired in an attempt to save the company.
The Canadian-based smartphone producer tried the open market, but the offers fell apart and BlackBerry is back to square one. They let go their chief financial officer Brian Bidulka and saw Kristian Tear (its chief operating officer) and Frank Boulben (chief marketing officer) resign.
A board member, Roger Martin, also resigned from the company.
BlackBerry announced John Chen as its interim CEO and replaced the fired Thorsten Heins.