Former Nokia executive Lee Williams admits that he's a bit of an "arm chair quarterback," but won't let such labels stop him from offering up some seriously pointed criticism of Stephen Elop, telling CNET that the CEO is "struggling," due in part to a lack of "overarching vision." Williams cites the company's shift in focus to Windows Phone as a cause of the companies woes, adding, It might have made sense to introduce a product or two into the portfolio based on Windows Phone.
Many have speculated that former Microsoft executive Stephen Elop took the CEO job at struggling mobile phone pioneer Nokia just to direct the company toward Microsoft's mobile ambitions. On Sunday night, Microsoft bought Nokia's de... Read Post
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop took to the stage today in London at Nokia World to unveil the company's first two Windows Phone devices. Despite the fact that Windows Phone 7 has been available since November 2010, Elop called the Nokia Lum... Read Post