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Nokia Corporation operates as a mobile communications company worldwide. It operates in three segments: Devices & Services, HERE, and Nokia Siemens Networks. The Devices & Services segment offers feature mobile phones and smartphones consisting of the windows phone operating system; and spare parts. The HERE segment develops a range of location-based products and services for consumers, platform services, and local commerce services for its feature phones and smartphones, as well as for other device manufacturers, automobile manufacturers, application developers, Internet service providers, merchants, and advertisers. This segment also provides content and business-to-business provider of map data to NAVTEQ’s customers; and focuses on the development of content, the platform, and applications. It offers a suite of location applications, such as HERE Maps, HERE Drive, HERE Transport, and HERE City Lens. The Nokia Siemens Networks segment provides telecommunications infrastructure to the mobile broadband market. This segment offers a portfolio of mobile, fixed, and converged network technology, as well as professional services, including managed services, consultancy and systems integration, deployment, and maintenance services to operators and service providers. The company sells its products to mobile network operators, distributors, independent retailers, corporate customers, and consumers. Nokia Corporation was founded in 1865 and is headquartered in Espoo, Finland.

55,025 Employees
Last Reported Date: 01/24/14
Founded in 1865

nokia corp-spon adr (NOK) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman of Leadership Team, Interim Presiden...
Total Annual Compensation: €628.4K
Executive Vice President of Smart Devices and...
Total Annual Compensation: €610.8K
Chief Legal Officer, Executive Vice President...
Total Annual Compensation: €513.0K
Executive Vice President of HERE and Member o...
Total Annual Compensation: €455.6K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.

nokia corp-spon adr (NOK) Key Developments

HTC Eyes Nokia's Plant

HTC Corporation (TSEC:2498) may consider buying Nokia Corporation (HLSE:NOK1V)'s Chennai plant if it is put up for sale to a third party other than Microsoft Corporation (NasdaqGS:MSFT). “I am happy to look into it, because the overall preparation, exploration hinges upon if it will serve consumers better. If that (plant) will do that (service consumers better), then we would be happy to look further into it,” Chialin Chang, HTC Chief Financial Officer, said. He however clarified that he wasn’t aware of the current situation surrounding Nokia’s handset manufacturing plant. The question of a sale to a third party other than Microsoft has arisen as it is becoming increasingly clearer that Nokia won’t be able to resolve the tax disputes with Indian authorities before the scheduled April end close of the $7.2 billion global deal. The deal, announced in September 2013, entails Nokia selling its devices business, among other parts, to Microsoft. Microsoft and Nokia haven’t yet revealed their future course of action but time is running out for Nokia to resolve the dispute. People familiar with the matter have said the recent voluntary retirement scheme offered to employees at the Chennai plant indicates that Nokia is preparing to scale down operations, trying to conserve as much cash as possible as it seeks to sort out the dispute and eventually transfer the unit to Microsoft. A person in the know of the matter however said as a factory, the Chennai plant may be fast losing its importance to Microsoft, given the ongoing tax issues. "It makes no sense for Microsoft to keep the factory as they can easily outsource the entire production to China, just like Apple does, and successfully at that", the person said. As it is, Nokia has reportedly shifted much of the production of its popular Asha series feature phones to Vietnam. This could further open up the possibility of Nokia closing down the plant all together or sell the plant to a third party, bringing into the picture handset makers like HTC which are betting on India’s fast growing smart phone market for global growth.

Nokia Announces Product Advisory for AC-300 Charger for the Lumia 2520 Tablet in Select European Countries

Nokia announced a product advisory for the European and UK variant of the AC-300 charger, which is used with the Lumia 2520 tablet. Consumers in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Russia, Switzerland and UK are advised to suspend use of the charger until further notice. Also, consumers who purchased the Lumia 2520 travel charger accessory in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Russia, Switzerland, UK and the US are strongly advised to suspend use of the travel charger accessory. In total, approximately 30,000 chargers are impacted by this advisory. This includes approximately 600 travel charger accessories sold in the US. During an internal quality control process, the company identified a potential product quality issue that may potentially lead to a safety concern with certain AC-300 chargers, manufactured by a third-party supplier. Under certain conditions, the plastic cover of the charger's exchangeable plug could come loose and separate. If loose and separated, certain internal components pose a hazard of an electric shock if touched while the plug remains in a live socket. Sales of the Lumia 2520 tablet and the travel charger accessories, including the AC-300 chargers in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Russia, Switzerland and UK, have therefore been temporarily delayed. In the US, the company have suspended sales of the travel charger accessory. The AC-300 charger is designed to be used with Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet. All other Nokia chargers can be used in a normal manner.

Nokia Corporation to Leave India Plant Out of Microsoft Deal

Nokia Corporation to exclude its manufacturing plant in Chennai from the global purchase of its devices business by Microsoft, as the Finnish firm runs out of time and options to resolve its tax dispute with Indian authorities, people familiar with the matter said, leaving the future of 8,000 direct employees uncertain.


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