Nerval’s Lobster writes “Microsoft’s purchase of Finnish phone-maker Nokia will enrich the latter’s CEO, Stephen Elop, to the tune of roughly $25.4 million. That’s a generous number, considering Nokia’s much-publicized travails over the past few years — generous enough, certainly, to prod angry reactions from the Finnish media. As Elop came aboard Nokia in 2011, he wrote the infamous ‘burning platform’ memo, in which he suggested that radical moves would be necessary to halt the company’s market-share declines. In light of these latest revelations, however, I offer an updated version of Elop’s memo: ”… Nerval’s Lobster writes “Microsoft’s purchase of Finnish phone-maker Nokia will enrich the latter’s CEO, Stephen Elop, to the tune of roughly $25.4 million. That’s a generous number, considering Nokia’s much-publicized travails over the past few years — generous enough, certainly, to prod angry reactions from the Finnish media. As Elop came aboard Nokia in 2011, he wrote the infamous ‘burning platform’ memo, in which he suggested that radical moves would be necessary to halt the company’s market-share declines. In light of these latest revelations, however, I offer an updated version of Elop’s memo: ”

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