Taking risks is second nature for Sandy Agarwal, the head of interactive at Nokia. In 2001, he traded a comfortable vice-president role at Star TV for the uncertainties of mobile entrepreneurship at mobile start-up Enpocket.
Luckily for him, things worked out well. So well, in fact, that Enpocket was acquired by Nokia and went on to become a part of Nokia’s interactive advertising unit. Though some would argue that, even at a company like Nokia,...
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