Nokia were Lucky?


The Inquirer disucsses Ovum's idea that Nokia got into its prominent business postion not because it had the best product, but because the competition got it wrong, or failed to capitalise. Excuse me, but isn;t this (a) the sign of a good business and (b) reminiscent of names such as OS-2 going down and Windows 3.1 moving up to bigger and better things?


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