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Ex-Nokia chairman says Elop was not first choice CEO


Jorma Ollila’s says in his book that Stephen Elop was Nokia’s second choice to become CEO in 2010, following the withdrawal of its first choice due to personal reasons

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Cutting Room: Nokia deserves credit for Lumia 1020


Analysts are doubting whether the 41-megapixel smartphone will do enough to appeal to consumers, but Paul Withers argues it is just what the manufacturer needs to differentiate itself from its rivals

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Nokia Lumia 925


This incremental update from the 920 is less bulky than its predecessor, offers impeccable low-light shots and has an incredibly responsive user interface – is it the perfect Windows Phone experience?

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Nokia set to unveil Lumia 1020 with 41 megapixel camera


Manufacturer to reveal details of latest high-end smartphone at an event in New York tomorrow

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Telefónica to push Windows Phone 8 in one-year deal


The operator will increase marketing spend and work with suppliers and manufacturers to ensure high-end devices are available Read the full story

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Nokia Lumia 925 goes on sale in the UK


Vodafone and O2 now selling manufacturer’s flagship smartphone, with the device going on sale at Carphone, Phones 4U, EE and Three later this month

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Carphone makes Nokia Lumia 925 available for pre-order


Customers pre-ordering the smartphone from the retailer will also receive a wireless charging kit and case worth £70

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Shareholder mutiny at Nokia not very fair on Elop


Investors aren’t happy with Nokia’s performance and want a change of direction, but Paul Withers argues the criticism is slightly harsh

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Nokia shareholders tell CEO company is on ‘road to hell’


Shareholders attending Nokia’s annual general meeting told CEO Stephen Elop he is taking risks by focusing solely on Windows Phone 8 OS for its high-end devices Read the full story

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Nokia expecting double digit market share by 2014


Manufacturer looking to more than double market share but denies reports it will release a tablet in the coming months

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