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[February 11, 2013]

Research and Markets: Nokia - Company Profile - A Flawed Strategy: 2013

DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/sp69c4/nokia_company) has announced the addition of the "Nokia - Company Profile - A Flawed Strategy" company profile to their offering.

Investment thesis - The turnaround strategy is fundamentally flawed.

Nokia's (News - Alert) competitive edge was in manufacturing low-cost (standard) handsets in high volumes. Nokia hasn't recovered from missing the shift in consumer demand to smartphones and apps. Adopting Windows OS was misguided as it lacks content to compete with iPhone (News - Alert) & Android. The turnaround strategy is fundamentally flawed and Nokia's future is bleak.

Poor 2012 Q4 results - Finally an operating profit but EPS falls 7%.

The key event this Q was that Nokia produced its first operating profit since Q1 2011, leading to speculation that Nokia has finally turned a corner. But smartphones remain in crisis with revenues in steep decline, operating losses and still a lack of adequate smartphnes & apps to compete with Samsung (News - Alert) & Apple.

Independent, buy-side, fundamental, financial analysis.

Key Topics Covered:

Investment Thesis & SWOT Analysis

News Flow - Significant Recent Events

Industry Analysis

Overview of the Mobile Phone (News - Alert) Industry

Handset Industry Sales & Market Share

Company Analysis

Overview & Strategy

Key Events, Management & Board

Key Divisions

Revenues by Region

Key Acquisitions & Alliances

Business Model - Snapshot of the last 12 Months

SWOT Analysis

Investment Issues

Apple (News - Alert) to Acquire Nokia

Analysis of Financial Results - Quarterly Since 2002

Profit & Loss Summary

Revenue by Division

Revenue by Region

Handsets Operational Data

Gross Profit by Division

EBIT by Division

Cost Analysis

Cash Flow Analysis

Balance Sheet Analysis

Working Capital Analysis

Return Analysis

Unusual Items

Valuation

Share Price Performance & Valuation Multiples

Historical Valuation Multiples

Fundamental Valuation of Nokia

DCF Valuation & Sensitivity Analysis

Financial Tables

Quarterly Financial Accounts

Annual Financial Accounts

Revenue Data

Revenue & Handset Sales by Region

Operational Data

Gross Profit Data

EBIT Data

Explanations and Definitions

Legal and Important Information

List of Tables

List of Figures

Valuation

Share Price Performance & Valuation Multiples

Historical Valuation Multiples

Fundamental Valuation of Nokia

DCF Valuation & Sensitivity Analysis

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/sp69c4/nokia_company


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