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Nokia Plans More Cost-Cutting Measures

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Apr 19, 2012, 7:37 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Nokia said that the company expects to cut costs further in the wake of its latest quarterly report, which shows the company lost $1.7 billion amidst a 50% decline in smartphone sales. The company will announced cuts to its devices and services business units in the weeks to come. Nokia has already closed plants and reduced its head count by thousands of employees as it restructures its smartphone business around Microsoft's Windows Phone platform. The company also announced that its head of sales will leave the company in June as its sales department is reorganized. The company sold just 600,000 devices in the U.S. market during the first quarter of 2012. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop blamed fierce competition in the smartphone market, as well as lower average selling prices for its devices in emerging markets for contributing to the quarterly decline. The company sold a total of 70.8 million handsets around the world.

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Apr 19, 2012, 9:20 AM

Nokia going bye-bye?

By the way, to clarify, it is 600,000 devices of ALL types (including WP, Symbian, and Series 40 feature devices) sold among ALL wholesale and retail channels in the North American market (including the US, Canada, and Mexico).

Also include lowest stock prices in over 15 years, board members and officers jumping-ship... I mean, resigning... and worldwide sales down over 50% YoY even from last year's low point. "The Elopocalypse" has not been so good to them, after all. The news has been super nasty, and only seems to be getting worse. The parallel demise of RIM seems to be helping to keep them above-water at the moment, but it won't last much longer if any longer at all.

Two years ago, I would never have guessed that Nokia would end...
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Worst case scenario, MS makes an offer to buy them out completely, maybe. Some would argue that has been Elopes plan from the inside. On the flip side of things, we could see more Lumina's being supported by more carriers= more sales. Nokia I believe ...
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