Next week, they'll be spamming Craig's list, maybe open an ebay store after that.
What a pathetic loser company this is becoming.
recently? I think I saw him at the bank this afternoon. wrote a check for more than your entire net worth. But it blew out of his hands and down the street. He just shrugged his shoulders.
Why? what's your favorite color? You racist !@#$%
I don't understand the part where the house is trashed, all the booze is gone and the people that are left wandering around in a drunken stupor don't realize the party ended 6 hours ago.
"Do it quietly..."???
As in, don't file the forms required by law?
Don't announce it as part of your yearly company report?
This is good stuff....
Boulevard of broken dreams
Highway to hell.
Stop When the Red Lights Flash.
Storming the gates of Hell
At the End of the Road.
I'm gonna play them backwards.
It's careful analysis like this that makes me beg for more of Mewag's political viewpoints instead.
Based on the still stinging revelations surrounding the Apple-Samsung lawsuits, it is painfully apparent to investors, that Nokia's plan to become the patent Barron of the world is about to go up in smoke.
By the time anything is arbitrated, Nokia's patents will become just another irrelevant pile of scrap to be dumped along the "Boulevard of Broken Dreams".
Looks like I opened my eyes in the nick of time. Sure feels like the end of the line.
Back in June 2011 Elop publicly declared that the rumors of a possible sale to Microsoft for $19B, yes NINETEEN BILLION (pumpers) were "completely baseless". Based on the final sale price, one is forced to conclude that Elop was telling the truth.
Now when you balance that against the original outrage and befuddlement the Nokia board expressed after taking the Pelosi approach of signing documents first and reading them later, it is only natural for the originally reported $25 million payout of Elop's parachute to be inflated to over $30 million. Such is the nature of fiduciary responsibility..
Now the spy who came in from the cold is safely back at Microsoft operating under a significantly reduced capacity. After all, had Elop been promoted to the lead role at Microsoft, people would have been on their guard to keep an eye on a CEO who is intent on destroying the company he leads. Yet, understandably so, with Elop operating behind the scenes, the amount of damage yet to be unleashed has the senior exec's a bit nervous.
But as for Nokia shareholders, (those still alive), the paltry dividend payoff they are about to receive as their reward in the scam of the century, is bittersweet.
That's just a general rule any dope knows.
Not everyone can do it, but for those of you that manage to live till you are 105 years old, you are going to make a little money. So remember to eat healthy.
The beauty of the freshest herbs, vegetables and fish is something that's hard to improve upon. I started with a cauliflower-celery soup. It had chive oil and garden herbs. It was bisque-like in texture, with a little chew factor from minced carrots.
The question is what is next? Do I go with fried cod with potato salad or the ham sandwich?
I have to say, even a cynic like me, and even in hindsight, it came as quite a surprise to me that Microsoft would be so blatant the way they destroyed Nokia. But it's all water under the bridge now. Even Siemens used the excuse to dump their half of a failed business back into Nokia's lap.
Now Nokia's new business model is - We're going to be like Alcatel-Lucent - only a little worse.
How dumb do you have to be to continue to hold on to an empty bag?
Nokia has *zero* presence in the U.S. and never will. Some people don't like the ham-handed way of U.S.-centric economics. But some people don't like ham sandwiches either.
The point is this stock is dead, and soon enough there will be no cash left to steal.
He wouldn't have to come up with new ID's so often if he could manage to post something that made sense once in a while.
Well, it's more like a narrative than a story. I was only "trapped" for a limited time due to tax selling. Luckily, I was able to dump my shares at the all time high on unsuspecting rubes like you. You really need to work on your reading comprehension, otherwise people will just dismiss your current ID as dopey, and you'll have to come up with another one.
This is bad news for Nokia who was really depending on becoming a patent troll. Now it's a little clearer why the Samsung/Nokia settlement was pushed off for a year. It seems they will be spending an inordinate amount of resources for the piddly reward they might get.