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The Story Behind Microsoft’s Nokia Acquisition: Stephen Elop was the most obvious Trojan horse

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’You’re God Damn right" – Heisenberg Voice.

I called it since day 1. Elop was the most obvious Trojan horse that made Nokia Smartphone down forever… He has killed symbian, also anti Linux Android. He loves Microsoft… 🙂

Given the situation, and in the context of Motorola Mobility’s purchase by Google on August 2011, mainly fueled by industry analyst and former Nokia executive Tomi Ahonen, rumors arose that Elop could be a trojan horse by Microsoft who sought to lower Nokia’s stock to make way for a cheap purchase by the software giant.

And in the end… in reality Elop was just a trojan horse so MS could get Nokia on the cheap..

Ref: http://techcrunch.com/2013/09/03/a-trojan-horse-once-again-stephen-elop-now-evp-of-devices-at-microsoft-confirmed-as-an-internal-candidate-for-ceo-slot-as-he-lays-out-plans-in-his-own-words/

Written by isal

6 September 2013 pada 09:35

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