Originally Posted by Carniphage
The previous business model enjoyed by Nokia has collapsed because at the profitable end of the market, customers suddenly demanded a better product, and were prepared to abandon their existing carriers to get it.
Nokia has had four years to formulate a response to this sea change in the industry. To this most disruptive of disruptive products. And their response is....
Sit on your hands for four years, then hire a foreigner.
Most people might disagree with you:
Nokia Named World’s Most Sustainable Tech Company Twicehttp://www.allheadlinenews.com/artic...ompany%20Twice
The annual review of the DJSI family is based on a
thorough analysis of corporate economic, environmental and social performance, assessing
issues such as corporate governance, risk management, branding, climate change mitigation,
supply chain standards and labor practices. It accounts for general as well as industry specific
sustainability criteria for each of the 57 sectors defined according to the Industry Classification
In addition, SAM also identified the top company for each of the 19 Supersectors that the 57
sectors roll up to. The new 2010/2011 Supersector leaders are Air France-KLM (Travel &
Leisure), AkzoNobel (Chemicals), ANZ Banking Group (Banks), BMW (Automobiles & Parts),
EDP Energias de Portugal (Utilities), GPT Group (Real Estate), Investimentos Itaú (Financial
Services), Lotte Shopping (Retail), Nokia (Technology), Pearson (Media), Philips Electronics
(Personal & Household Goods), Roche (Health Care), Sasol (Oil & Gas), Siam Cement
(Construction & Materials), Swiss Re (Insurance), Telefónica (Telecommunications), TNT
(Industrial Goods & Services), Unilever (Food & Beverage) and Xstrata (Basic Resources).http://www.sustainability-index.com/...9_Review10.pdf
Maybe the folks at Dow Jones know more than you do?