More good news for Blackberry!
Research In Motion canned a couple of high-level executives who got so viciously, psychotically drunk on an Air Canada flight to Beijing that it had to turn around over Alaska and land in Vancouver so they could be removed and arrested:
Two top BlackBerry executives who got so drunk on a transpacific Air Canada flight that it had to be diverted to Vancouver last week are no longer employed at Research In Motion.In a brief statement issued Monday, the Waterloo-based company said: “RIM expects that its employees conduct themselves in a manner reflective of our strong principles and standards of business behaviour. […]
RIM won’t reveal what positions the pair held, but sources have told the Star that George Campbell, 45, was a senior vice-president and Paul Alexander Wilson, 38, was a vice-president.Under Sedi securities filings, Campbell is listed as an “insider,” a senior officer since 2009.