Vendors Further Trim Forecasts

McCall, Margo
July 2002
Wireless Week;7/22/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 29, p34
Trade Publication
Forecasts an economic downturn for U.S. providers of wireless phones and network equipment as of July 2002. Optimism of Jorma Ollila, chief executive officer of Nokia, on the performance of the industry; Issue raised by Kurt Hellstrom, chief executive officer of Ericsson.


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