Jorma Ollila/Finland: The Future Goes CellularBy
Jorma Ollila, Chairman of Nokia Corp., the Finnish cell-phone giant, recalls exactly where he was when the changes began a decade ago. On Nov. 10, 1989, Ollila, then Nokia's 39-year-old CFO, was vacationing with his family in the south of France. The Berlin Wall had fallen the night before. "I told my kids, `This is big. The map of Europe is changing,"' recalls Ollila.
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