Innovate Or Die: Nokia's Long-Drawn-Out Decline

Innovate Or Die: Nokia's Long-Drawn-Out Decline

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Ask a European about Nokia and a faraway look will come into their eye, a wistful tone creep into their voice. During the late 1990s and early 2000s the 147-year-old Finnish company became a global technology star: the world’s No. 1 mobile maker and the first brand of phone everyone...
Innovate Or Die: Nokia's Long-Drawn-Out Decline
                                       

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