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Nokia has been largely perceived as a repacker in the past, which is why it has now rebranded itself as a software company, concealing 3 divisions: a technical research division that looks ahead,  a marketing division that looks ahead and feeds back into the tech division, and a global logistics aggregator division. The network hardware business (where the real money was for many years) was spun off into a joint venture with Siemens. I've lost contact with that side - I don't know how it's doing. They were trying to fuse two organizations with totally different business structures and methods. That never seemed an easy task at the time it happened.

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by Sven Triloqvist on Sun Aug 16th, 2009 at 03:55:07 PM EST
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