Interesting read from a blogger in Seeking Alpha, yes that's right Seeking Alpha. lol
The European behavior.. it does add a bit of clarification, doesn't it?
Here is a paragraph that was extracted from his blog:
"Will Nokia survive? They do have poor marketing, PR and communication after all (how CEO Elop could mess up the models in his Twitter yesterday, the Pureview incident,...), they do not care so much about the value of the stock (European behavior: we will prove our "right" at the end). They pamper a "we will see" attitude, and keep the cards in the drawer; meanwhile being mysterious on interviews and receptions. A little bit "MS attitude". The Nokia CEO (Elop) is acting "low level", they take positions with partners and financials until the next results. Most important is that Nokia could transform already in the past. There is a "Nokia gang". Not so many companies could realize this long term critical mass in the past (IBM, Philips, Apple, PWC, Xerox, car companies, …) or have this culture of change. If you own a CSR attitude like Nokia does, it is part of the DNA: to come back from an "underdog position"."