Nokia chairman Jorma Ollila expected to stay on board until 2012

Nokia Siemens Networks to acquire majority of Motorola’s network operations for $1.2 billion

Nokia to replace faulty mobile phone chargers

HELSINKI - Finnish mobile telephone giant Nokia Monday advised customers to replace certain chargers for mobile phones and other devices made this year over fears of potential electrical shocks.

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Nokia to recall 14 million potentially hazardous mobile phone chargers

Nokia Siemens Networks to lay off up to 5,700 workers to cut costs

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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Finland to set up Innovation Centre in Delhi

HELSINKI - Out to prove that there’s more to Finnish technology than Nokia handphones, Finland is seeking collaborations with India in biotechnology and nanotechnology and will also set up a Finnish Innovation Centre in New Delhi.

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Rajeev Suri to head Nokia Siemens joint venture

HELSINKI - Indian national Rajeev Suri is to be new chief executive of Nokia Siemens Networks, the 50-50 joint venture launched in 2007 between Finland’s Nokia and Germany’s Siemens, the group said Tuesday.

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