One of the details of Nokia’s warning which did not get a lot of
attention was the mention that profitability for the current
quarter could not be guaranteed. That is to say that Nokia may
make a loss, perhaps for the first time in more than a decade.
This may not be that newsworthy except for the strange fact that
as far as I’ve been able to observe, any company in the mobile
phone market that ended up losing money has never recovered its
standing in terms of share or profit (i.e. AMP index value has