Bad times!!- Nokia:(

Discussion in 'News discussions' started by mickey, May 16, 2010.

  1. mickey

    mickey New Member

    The employee of one of Nokia’s subcontractor has stolen over hundreds of devices from the Research center in Helsinki, Finland. According to company rules prototypes should not leave company premises

    The man had stolen:

    * 98 mobile-phones of which 55 were prototypes.
    * 28 laptops
    * 232 mobile-phone batteries
    * 1 projector

    That is such a high figure to go unnoticed and maybe there was more than one person involved.

    The total cost of the stolen property was estimated at 27500 Euros. The court gave him 7 months suspended sentence and 3000 Euros fine.

    Leaked products or Prototypes in the wrong hands are never good for any company and for a company like Nokia leaked phones mean that competitors gain unfair advantages !



    sources: fonearena email
  2. meetdilip

    meetdilip The Wizard

    Obviously some competitors would have took advantage of this sub contractor. But such a huge theft went unnoticed means someone at Nokia is the culprit.
  3. gaggan4392

    gaggan4392 New Member

    You got this in email. was this in spam folder?
  4. mickey

    mickey New Member

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