RIM CO-CEO Snaps During Interview With The BBC
RIM Co-CEO Mike Lazaridis got all huffy in an interview this week with the BBC when he was asked to comment on his company’s ongoing wrangling with government authorities in India and the Middle East over Blackberry encryption. Lazaridis suggested that RIM's status as a mobile innovator makes it a target, then called the BBC interviewer's question "unfair" before declaring the interview over with a wave of his hand.
Bottom line: Isn't it part of a CEO's job to handle questions like this? Plus, it's not like the BBC was asking you why the Playbook tablet debuted this week without cellular connectivity or native email. Or, you know, an abundance of apps.