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This is just in
http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/13/n...njoki-resigns/
what you guys thinks that happen??? I think that he wanted to be CEO and he felt understimated when he wasnt selected... i liked his thoughts... This could be bad for Meego or new Nokia devices???
 
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He wanted to be CEO, the way this company is going, needs a big shakeup, new blood. Maybe he thought of the audacity of reporting to a Canadian was beneath him, for all the hard work he's put into the company.

In the end does it really matter?
 
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lets just say that it is excellent he stayed until meego was formed.

this might be also good if his replacer drums for further opening stuff up with meego etc....
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why is it bad for MeeGo ?
it was not even his choice to go MeeGo in the first place he was only in the job a few months.
http://www.nokia.com/press/press-rel...newsid=1443986
 
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No individual is bigger than the company... if he couldn't hack being passed over and reporting to a foreigner then it's too bad for him, not Nokia. Hopefully these are his reasons for deciding to move on, and not because he disagrees with any other changes that may be afoot to his division (Mobile Solutions).

I just hope the resignations don't continue on down the chain otherwise there will be chaos but I doubt many will be that foolish to follow in Vanjokis footsteps, unless there are some pretty cr@ppy technical changes being mooted...
 

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Originally Posted by NvyUs View Post
he was only in the job a few months.
http://www.nokia.com/press/press-rel...newsid=1443986
??

~20 years career in same company, not just months..
 
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Originally Posted by mika View Post
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~20 years career in same company, not just months..
the talks were about him working on meego, not nokia in general.
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So Mr 'Fightback starts now' cannot even stay true to his words. What happened to his oft mentioned 'obsession' with seeing Nokia back at the top? This kind of change is good for Nokia right now. Time to rid it of the arrogant old guard who stood by while the competition nearly destroyed it . What a joker this man is !
 

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Originally Posted by ossipena View Post
the talks were about him working on meego, not nokia in general.
yep your correct i was talking about is new role since the last reshuffle where hes head of mobile solution
 
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Originally Posted by NvyUs View Post
yep your correct i was talking about is new role since the last reshuffle where hes head of mobile solution
He became the head of Mobile Solutions on 1 July 2010.

His timing could have been better, what with Nokia World kicking off tomorrow.
 

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