Nokia’s interim CEO addresses the ‘next 150 years’

Nokia’s interim CEO addresses the ‘next 150 years’

Microsoft might be  buying Nokia’s phone business for $7.2 billion , but the company will live on focused on mapping and network technologies. Interim CEO Risto Siilasmaa is upbeat about the changes, and believes “this is the beginning of the next 150 years of Nokia’s story.” The Finnish company may have started life 150 years ago making paper, boots, and car tyres, but its mostly known for its mobile phones.  In a recent interview , Siilasmaa notes the challenges faced by Nokia and the emotions involved in 32,000 employees leaving to join Microsoft and the reality that Nokia is no longer a phone maker. “Nokia will look very different without the mobile devices and services business,” says Siilasmaa. “But it will be a strong company,… Continue reading…

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