Re: Ericsson CEO stays at Ericsson ? So the best guide for a company looking to shake off its decade-long doldrums and adapt to a new age and leverage new technology assets is the guy who has been with the company more than 20 years? Interesting. Maybe it's true no one else wants this job
R Clark, User Rank: Blogger 1/30/2014 | 2:11:21 AM
Most thankless job in tech A thankless gig. MS has a solid enterprise business, but where does it go in consumer and mobile? Plus you have Gates and Ballmer on the board, and your job is to execute Ballmer's strategy.
Elop has all that Nokia baggage. Even if MS takes him seriously no-one else will.
So, more Twitter jokes about Microsoft interviewing an area manager at Hardee's.
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