The deal is officially still on. Nokias adoption of Microsoft Windows Phone 7 for its smartphone platform is still ago. According to the information just recently made available, there were nine anonymous shareholders, claiming to be former Nokia employees who all banded together to propose a Plan B to the Microsoft deal. The deal, allegedly would have included the firing of Nokia's CEO Stephen Elop. However the designers of the Plan B decided to scrap the play and go with Nokias decision, announced earlier this week, to put all of their hopes and dreams of continued success into Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 OS vs. going with Android or staying the current Nokia Symbian/MeeGo course.
Suffice it to say, the Nokia shareholders are not happy, however reports of a revolt are a hoax
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