Interview opportunities from the June issue of Report on Business magazine
Report on Business magazine looks at the Finnish handset maker's rebound into a
TORONTO, May 27, 2011 /CNW/ - It's game on for Nokia. The chronically
uncool Finnish cellphone maker once led the European and Asian handset
markets, but its share of sales continues to fall worldwide. As mobile
powerhouses like RIM and Apple dominate with new devices, will an
alliance with Microsoft—forged by Nokia's new Canadian CEO, Stephen
Elop—give the company the muscle it needs to beat the bullies, or is it
already too late? Report on Business telecom Reporter Iain Marlow
profiles Nokia's past and Elop's vision for its future.
Also in this issue:
While the sexism of the Mad Men era still haunts our advertising industry, women now rank among its
biggest stars. From the dynamic-duo behind Dove's Campaign for Real Beauty to the brain behind the Telus brand, The Globe and Mail's marketing and advertising reporter Simon Houpt profiles
six of this country's mad women who are making changes.
Deal or no deal?
The rising value of our dollar has Canadian investors heading south of
the border, but what does a consistently high loonie mean for U.S.
stocks? Investing columnist Fabrice Taylor explains why U.S. stocks
might seem cheap now—but will turn out to be very expensive later on.
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