Case | HBS Case Collection | May 2006

Nokia in 2003

by Paul M. Healy

Abstract

Examines the challenges facing a money manager who owns stock in Nokia, the leading wireless handset provider. Two analysts covering the stock make very different predictions about the economies of the industry, Nokia's future performance, and stock recommendations. Whose advice should the money manager follow?

Keywords: Financial Reporting; Forecasting and Prediction; Performance Effectiveness; Performance Evaluation; Problems and Challenges; Electronics Industry;

Citation:

Healy, Paul M. "Nokia in 2003." Harvard Business School Case 106-067, May 2006.