Things just keep getting worse for Research in Motion, the makers of BlackBerry devices. RIM revealed it lost three of its top leaders and also turned in poor results during the fourth quarter of 2011.
Jim Balsillie, one of RIM's co-founders, resigned from the company's board. Leaving with Balsillie are also RIM's chief technology and chief operating officers, David Yach and Jim Rowan.
Besides the personnel losses, the company also posted a drop in revenue. RIM brought in $4.2 billion in revenue during the fourth quarter, a 19% drop from its revenue in in the third quarter.
Adding insult to injury, the company also revealed a four-day outage in October that affected more than half of its 70 million users, costing the company $54 million, according to ZDNet.