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Bad connectivity

31 May 2011 By Robert Cole

Investors have taken fright at more grim news from the handset maker, sending the shares down 18 pct. The direct cause is the rapid decline of its legacy business. But the reaction also shows the market’s doubt that Nokia’s tieup with Microsoft provides a way out of the hole.

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