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After selling its mobile business to Microsoft, the Finnish company can expect a prosperous future as it pushes into the telecom services business.
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Consumers, particularly in Asia, have embraced large-screen smartphones, so the rumor that Apple is moving in this direction is good news for the company's shareholders.
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