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December 07, 2012


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Finnish vision and hard work seem to mark the next 10 years.

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Seo Uzmanı

It is really astonishing how Nokia lost that significant marketshare in such a short time. And same with Blueberry. I think stubbornness is all it is about.


Nokia is a burning oil platform. Potential buyers would rather wait till the fires burn themselves out. I certainly agree that Elop poison-pilled the company


ergfeqweing sold and their desperation makes them cheaper. Selling off assets is the same as selling the company, except that they're doing it piece by piece and letting the proceeds fund the WP disaster rather than distributing it to shareholders.

OSGB Firması

No, you don't agree with me. Re-read my post.
Losing and firing top employees, getting rid of assets and intellectual is NOT helping Nokia be a better buy.

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Hahaha isnt that just hillarious!?

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Nice comments.

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