Does anyone else find it remarkable that
"The Nokia Technologies R&D division saw net sales of €147m ($198m) in the second quarter, a 1.4 per cent year-on-year increase, while its operating profit was up 6.7 per cent, to €96m ($129m)".
Really? An R&D division that not only not a money loser, but actually turns in a profit that is around one-third?!
<King Midas icon, everything he touches turns to gold>