Research in Motion loses yet another executive, this time to Samsung; stock drops even further

As RIM’s stock dipped another 2 percent (while the majority of the market shifted upward), news of another execute jumping ship surfaced. 

Its second marketing executive to leave in less than half a year, Brian Wallace ditched the immensely embattled BlackBerry maker to join Samsung, a direct competitor of the Waterloo technology company.

RIM’s stock has plummeted from over $140 in 2008 to a four-year low of less than 26. Disappointments over financial reports and products like the PlayBook have caused a continual downward spiral for RIM since Apple and Google began staking their claims in the once barren smartphone market.