Nokia Doesn't Rule Out Handset Sale
The company's marketing head, Anssi Vanjoki, reportedly told German magazine, Wirtschaftswoche, that the company would "never say never" when considering a sell-off in the long term.
Don't hold your breath, however -- the Finnish firm currently sees its world-leading handset business as a competitive advantage, even if it is feeling more heat these days from the Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and BlackBerry .
The big questions that arise for me are: Which vendor would actually buy Nokia's handset business, and how much would they have to pay?
— Dan Jones, Site Editor, Unstrung