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Nokia makes executive changes after poor Q3, market share loss in smart phones

Nokia reshuffles executive team after poor Q3

HELSINKI — Nokia Corp., the world’s biggest cell phone maker, announced changes to its executive team on Friday — a day after it reported a sharp fall in market share of smartphones and a net quarterly loss.

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Nokia makes executive changes after poor 3Q, market share loss in smart phones

Nokia reshuffles executive team after poor 3Q

HELSINKI — Nokia Corp., the world’s biggest cell phone maker, announced changes to its executive team on Friday — a day after it reported a sharp fall in market share of smartphones and a net quarterly loss.

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Nokia posts loss of euro559 million, or $832 million, on lower sales in third quarter

Nokia posts loss of $832 million in third quarter

HELSINKI — World-leading mobile phone maker Nokia Corp. on Thursday reported a loss of €559 million ($832 million) in the third quarter, taking hits from a 20 percent drop in sales and a one-time charge for the fallen value of its network equipment unit.

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Nokia unveils plans for new music phones, mini-laptop in coming months

Nokia plans more phones, netbook

STUTTGART, Germany — Nokia Corp., the world’s biggest maker of cell phones, unveiled new models Wednesday that boast more music features and mesh better with Facebook and the Finnish company’s upcoming netbook.

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Nokia posts 66 percent drop in 2Q profit, lowers yearly market share target

Nokia profit drops 66 percent in 2Q

STOCKHOLM — The world’s top cell phone maker, Nokia Corp., on Thursday said second-quarter earnings fell 66 percent as the global recession sapped demand. The company scrapped its target to gain market share this year and its stock sagged.

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Nokia Siemens Networks gets euro250 milllion loan from European Investment Bank

Nokia Siemens Networks gets euro250M loan

HELSINKI — Wireless equipment firm Nokia Siemens Networks has received a euro250 million loan from the European Investment Bank to develop its network technologies, the company said Monday.

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Nokia Siemens in $650 million deal for wireless operations of Nortel Networks

Nokia Siemens in deal to buy Nortel wireless units

HELSINKI — Nokia Siemens Networks said Saturday it will buy the wireless operations of Canadian-based Nortel Networks in a $650 million (euro465 million) deal to strengthen its position in North American markets.

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Nokia Siemens in $650 million deal for Nortel Networks

Nokia Siemens buys Nortel in $650 million deal

HELSINKI — Nokia Siemens Networks said Saturday it will buy Canadian-based Nortel Networks in a $650 million (€465 million) deal.

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