A group of nine, as yet unidentified, Nokia shareholders opposed to the Microsoft alliance has set up a web site to lobby shareholder support for an alternative plan that would see the alliance scrapped, and CEO Stephen Elop sacked along with number of other senior executives.
With the 15 year spectrum licences under which Australia's mobile networks operate coming up for renewal, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) has wheeled out a leading economist to lobby the government for 'conservative' renewal fees.
Nokia has re-organised its mobile phone business in a bid to better exploit the rapid growth of smartphones and the challenges from new vendors and technologies in the smartphones market.
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