First, there's no news like Nokia
Ha-ha, no way, said a senior Lenovo executive. "This must be a joke," said Gianfranco Lanci, head of Lenovo's Europe, Middle East, and Africa operations. LOL.
Rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic?
Sticking with Nokia news here, folks.
This is either the best time to be buying shares in Nokia, or the worst time. Nokia's stock price is down almost 68% since last October, but that hasn't stopped the company's management team from stocking up. CEO Stephen Elop, according to Finnish television station MTV3, bought 275,000 more shares to bring his holdings up to 425,000. And recently seated chairman of the board Risto Siilasmaa recently acquired 330,000 shares. He now holds 730,000 shares.
Raise your head a bit higher
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An Olympian quarter for Comcast
Despite the probability of losing a spot of money on its NBC units Olympics coverage, Comcast
Whether or not a company buying back its shares to help improve share price actually works or not, that's what AT&T
But will that leave the company with enough cash for its necessary capital expenditures? Right now its $2.15 billion on hand isn't that much more than Clearwire
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