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David Potter, the chairman and founder of Psion, one of the largest shareholders of Symbian is fuming and cussing the shareholders who are trying to prevent Nokia from buying out the whole thing. Psion is getting about $270 million for its 31.5 percent share in Symbian. […]

David Potter, the chairman and founder of Psion, one of the largest shareholders of Symbian is fuming and cussing the shareholders who are trying to prevent Nokia from buying out the whole thing. Psion is getting about $270 million for its 31.5 percent share in Symbian. ABN Amro, a bank believes that this share is worth around $375 million. Well does not seem like for this is as good as it gets.

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