This week in pictures: SOPA stalls

Also: NTSB wants ban on use of electronic devices while driving; Nokia thinks Android is too confusing for young people; RIM delivers disastrous Q3 results; and Zynga stumbles in Wall Street debut.

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Mike LazaridisREUTERS/Ina Fassbender
Mike Lazaridis, President and Co-CEO of Research In Motion (RIM), poses with the new "Blackberry Bold 9700" handset during its launch in Bochum October 21, 2009.

RIM is rotting from within

While RIM's problems undoubtedly start at the top with its co-CEOs, they run much deeper, according to current and former employees who paint a picture of a complacent, bloated organization.

Shares of Research in Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) predictably plunged early Friday after the BlackBerry maker delivered disastrous third-quarter results and warned of yet another product delay.

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