How many geniuses on this MB even noticed before Nov 18th announcement about the new BtC strategy (Android Tablet) that NOK ended up as BtB company and that once huge brand name value is endangered and envious name recognition around the world declining.
For that, I was rewarded as you can see (by BR cabal) with a bunch radishes, as you can see.Try to be objective in ur judgment lemonade. Good day to u too and I'm going back to sleep for one more hr.
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I heard they have some sort of plan to outsource the hw to Hon Hai, that's the rumor going on these days (kidding)
it's more than murmuring, Planet, the last days statements from Mario Draghi have been pretty explicit and today's one is even more. ECB eventually realized printers work in Europe too, it's time to invest in paper pulp company :-)
why do you think China cut rates...to compete with the collapsing Yen, Draghi and ECB may have no choice left if Germany wants to continue selling bmw's
$3.75 but what the hey....it's better than nothing......but seriously I wouldn't think they could get more than 25% of the net profit and probably less....but then again there is no real downside.
my guess is that it's closer to 10$ than to 50$, but it's just a guess.
The development costs of the N1, especially from mechanical engineering standpoint must be quite high and it will take some time to recover the investment, of course it is also balanced by the brand recognition that is another Nokia asset. For electronic hw I think everyone is getting strong support from Intel, all the BayTrail 7" to 8.9" slates that are popping up like mushrooms these days have similar hardware features and so does the N1, they must all be based on an Intel reference design or even small form factor standard motherboard. The tablet and smartphone business model will quickly look like the PC one if Intel continues its push into mobile segment. Today all PCs and notebook are based on the same hardware architecture specified by Intel, and there is no reason why it shouldn't be the same for portable devices.
Nokia recently announced its stategy for the B2C business and it should answer your legitimate concerns about its brand recognition, doesn't it?
Here is a post signaling serious troubles with brand and name recognition, New Nokia will inevitably face in post MS Deal reality, long before new business model/strategy was announced on Nov 18th 2014 in Finland.
Talking about prescience and how "generously and justifiably" MB rewarded it.
This is coming around so true that is almost scary.
yesterday, the 12 y o daughter of one of my clients was touting her old apple phone and how she needed the last iteration. I tried to explain to her why I had migrated to NOK/MSFT for my phone. We talked about herding and forcing you to buy new plugs because of built in obsolescence, and all of the sudden she piped out about dropped calls and garbling. She new she was being helped along to need a new phone.
The inverse is the value of the NOK brand. You decide when to renew your tool. At a reason able cost I might add.
Yes. I told you that in January. But you said it much nicer than I did. So I guess you gotta ask yourself is 777 a selling opportunity?
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