Nokia's late-model dome has sent an brusque and explicit memo to his pikestaff that suggests the phone giant is in crisis.
Stephen Elop, who recently joined the agile brand from Microsoft, warns his body roughly rivals in their demand hamlet: "They are hasty, they are cheaply, and they are challenging us."
Lee Simpson, a chief equity research analyst, told BBC Ghetto-blaster 5 live: "This is an apology to investors as articulately as stakeholders."
"Nokia was period for task. It was spartan, sound," he explains to Gabby Logan. "The game's changed now."
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