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Nokia Registers Loss in First Quarter

Nokia Registers Loss in First Quarter

It has been recently revealed that Nokia has suffered loss in the first quarter of the year. The announcement was made by Nokia, which also affirmed that they do not see any chance of gains in the coming time.

Stephen Elop: Nokia/Microsoft alliance “will create a three horse race”

Nokia, Microsoft

The Friday-announced wide-ranging alliance between Nokia and Microsoft has clearly brought software developers and companies into the limelight at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.

Nokia Sees Some Noteworthy Profit

Nokia Sees Some Noteworthy Profit

Streamlining of the corporate functions is due to take place for Nokia Corp. together with some necessary job cuts. This forecast is said to be presented by Chief Executive, Stephen Elop who put forth his full-year margin forecast on Thursday.

Microsoft separates the overseeing of its key unit

Microsoft separates the overseeing of its key unit

Microsoft Corporations named a partial successor to Mister Stephen Elop who left his job at Microsoft Corporations recently to join Nokia Corporations and take over the job of their chief executive officer.

New CEO Marks the Departure of Nokia Mobile Phone Exec

New CEO Marks the Departure of Nokia Mobile Phone Exec

Following an announcement by Nokia Corp of the replacement of CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo with Microsoft Executive Stephen Elop on Sept. 21, Antsy Vanjoki; the Company’s board member has decided to resign from the Company.

Stephen Elop to be the new Nokia CEO; replaces Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo

Stephen Elop

Stephen Elop, the outgoing Business Division president at Microsoft, has been named the new president and chief executive officer of Nokia – marking the first time ever that the Finnish handset manufacturer has chosen the top executive from outside Finland.

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