Joff Wild In April, before its recent mobile phone deal with Microsoft Nokia’s CFO Timo Ihamuotila stated that the company would generate €500 million ($653 million) from patent licensing this year. If you add €165 million to that amount, one-tenth of the amount Microsoft agreed to pay for its 10 year licence to the Nokia patent portfolio which...

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