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Nokia, run by Stephen Elop, a former Microsoft employee, is now working with Microsoft. As if many didn't see that one coming. While Nokia holds the highest share in phone sales, Microsoft is trying to head in on Symbian's territory with its own mobile operating system.
However, it has not gone along without controversy or criticism. Investors were not necessarily happy, along with stakeholders -- the BBC reported.
Many have criticised the move, however, with some claiming that the Microsoft and Nokia deal breaks antitrust laws.