The Nokia Revolution by Dan Steinbock
The Story of an Extraordinary Company That Transformed an Industry

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Everyone knows Nokia the cell phone company, but no one really knows "about" them. What makes this company tick? How did they manage to take the competitive technology scene by storm? What did the company do before it became a global powerhouse? This book supplies an in-depth, behind-the-scenes examination of the Finnish company's history, its successful business strategies, and its breakthrough technological innovations.

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DAN STEINBOCK has studied the American media and entertainment industries since arriving in New York City from his native Finland in 1986.
Published May 31, 2001 by AMACOM. 352 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, History, Travel, Professional & Technical, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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Intended for the PowerPoint and Palm Pilot crowd, this dense book is packed with the results of Steinbock's prodigious research into the mobile communications behemoth, including reams of chart

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Today, Nokia makes about one out of every three cell phones in the world and is truly international: about half of the company's 55,000 employees (all of whom speak English) are Finnish, yet less than 3% of Nokia's revenues come from Finland.

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