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Nokia: A $ 3 Bargain On Mobile Phone Hyper Growth
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The bad news for Nokia Corporation (NOK) right now is that its earnings are near all-time lows, and it has lost its position as the number one mobile phone manufacturer in the world. The end result is that its stock price is down by almost 66% from its 52-week high. The good news is that Nokia’s stock began to rally near the end of July, and this rally will kick in again in the very…………… continues on Seeking Alpha
Cell Phones and Cancer: The Debate Enters the Courtroom
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Scientists and doctors argue over the link between cell phones and cancer, but now courts are weighing in on the matter, which may open the door for future lawsuits.
In Brief boils down complex events to give you the heart of the matter — today and what it means for tomorrow — clearly and simply.
If you’ve ever used a cell phone, the ongoing debate between the medical community and public opinion may have you worried you’re pointing a loaded weapon at your brain every time you make a call.
Information from the medical and scientific community is contradictory on the matter. Some studies say there is a link, others don’t, and the back-and-forth does little to address the concerns of millions of mobile phone users.
In lieu of definitive data, courts are stepping in to offer their own conclusions, adding yet another wrinkle to an already tangled debate.
What Happened: Just last week, Italy’s top court found a “causal link” between a businessman’s cell phone use and his brain cancer.
The Italian Supreme Court ruled in favor of 60-year-old businessman Innocente Marcolini,…………… continues on Mobiledia
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