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Alcatel-Lucent CEO to step down, door sure to hit on the way out

0. phoneArena 09 Feb 2013, 01:16 posted on

It is a job that may not have a lot of appeal for veteran international executives, needing US and French connections...

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posted on 09 Feb 2013, 01:24

1. nikenturd (unregistered)


I've seen a lot of underpowered, not-worth the asking price Alcatel handsets lately...simple, if your product offer less for more, it will not sell, I'd take China phones anyday...

posted on 09 Feb 2013, 09:48

2. Velda (Posts: 13; Member since: 07 Nov 2012)


Alcatel haven't made smartphones already. The have sold smartphones division to chinese TCL Corp., which are making phones under the Alcatel brand – they pay licention fees to Alcatel-Lucent only for their brand using.

posted on 09 Feb 2013, 10:19

3. Firedrops (Posts: 211; Member since: 06 Sep 2011)


Maybe you could give an introduction to who Alcatel-Lucent is and what they do. This seems like a report on some obscure, random drop of a company among millions.

posted on 09 Feb 2013, 12:24 1

4. Maxwell.R (Posts: 158; Member since: 20 Sep 2012)


Right there in the beginning of the third paragraph: "Alcatel-Lucent makes telecom, internet and wireless switchgear." ...and then later, "The internet-routing business rose 26% and brought in over €574 million and the wireless segment raked in over €913 million, yet the company is posting billion-Euro losses each quarter."

posted on 10 Feb 2013, 02:00

5. predator93 (Posts: 121; Member since: 28 Aug 2012)


Its very easy to search for yourself :-
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcatel-Lucent

posted on 11 Feb 2013, 22:30

6. Reluctant_Human (Posts: 846; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)


A company that hasn't recovered since the bubble burst over a decade ago. Its hard to imagine why they aren't profitable considering how much of a backbone they are to the wireless industry.

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