Perspiring slightly under the arc-lights of an in-house television crew, Stephen Elop, Nokia’s chief executive, is about to deliver for the 10th time his “town hall” address to staff. He must sell to them the most radical strategy change since the historic tyres-to-timber Finnish conglomerate turned itself into the world’s leading mobile phone company in the 1990s. Read more
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