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Satya Nadella Launches His Book “Hit Refresh” — Says That He Didn’t Want Microsoft To Buy Nokia

Fossbytes Tuesday, 26 September 2017
icrosoft’s decision of buying the falling Nokia was probably a bad one. The world saw it, and the end result was Microsoft had to sell the Finnish company’s smartphone chunk to a Foxconn subsidiary and HMD Global which now sells Nokia-branded smartphones. They did some experiments, like replacing the Nokia devices we knew with Microsoft Lumia […]

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News video: Microsoft CEO Talks Poor Business Decisions In New Book

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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's new book "Hit Refresh" tells a different version of the company's $2.5 billion purchase of Minecraft studio Mojang than we've heard before. In the book, however, Nadella recounts an anecdote that adds another wrinkle: Microsoft had a chance to buy Mojang earlier than had...

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