Oh, pathetic_1, I've turned your little chat back on just to see what inanity you offer in the face of this shorty crisis... and as always, you give us a pitifully uninformed opinion based on what is clearly your best understanding of the facts. D/S, which is a portion of the company, and one which you have repeatedly disparaged as an abysmal failure, has sold for half the market cap of the entire company. We still have NSN and HERE. NSN is profitable. HERE is growing fast. You are still a moron. But thanks for taking the time to remind us that things could be worse... we could be as miserable and dimwitted as you.
"Strong sell"... all the way from $3? Time for you to find another hobby, moron.
No, they did not sell the company for "half" the market price, they sold some of the company for half the market price, a big difference compared to your statement. One can argue that the price was not adequate, but that is a different conversation.
Like I said back on June 4th, EFLOP was put in place to insure Microsoft's future success in the smartphone business is guaranteed. Now, we just might see the knife stuck into the backs of shareholders. Many of us have believed that MS was using NOK to prove their OS out. Now with that stab in the back contract Nok signed with MS dangling overhead, this is a possibility