FRANKFURT/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Research in Motion Ltd’s could have chosen a fiery, inspirational new CEO but they chose a stoic engineer instead, dashing investor hopes for a quick turnaround for the struggling BlackBerry maker. The softspoken and bespectacled Thorsten Heins, who had worked at Germany’s Siemens AG for more than 20 years before RIM, failed to inspire Wall Street on Monday as he pledged to continue on the same path as his predecessors. RIM shares closed down 8.5 percent at $15. …

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