Research In Motion is getting ready to announce its first earnings report under its new CEO, Thorsten Heins.
Speculation is centered on whether Heins has what it takes to drive RIM’s rebound, but analyst Mark McKechnie of ThinkEquity says it's doubtful.
“Thorsten is fantastic at execution. He came out of Siemens, and I get good feedback from the internal RIM troops. But we're looking for a bit more on the strategic side,” said McKechnie.