Back in 2013, Microsoft acquired Nokia for $7.2 billion. The move was controversial, and with good reason: phone manufacturing is …
Are Nokia’s latest devices a weird misfire, or a counterintuitive stroke of genius?
Is there a strategy behind a Microsoft subsidiary releasing an Android device? Or is this a repeat of Nokia’s N9 experience?
Nokia is working on an Android-based smartphone, according to reports. But would Microsoft actually allow it to release such a device?
A new Bloomberg report suggests Elop’s plan for Microsoft—if he’s offered the CEO role—would involve demolishing existing divisions.
Microsoft board member John Thompson is tasked with leading the search for the Redmond giant’s new CEO. As he winds …
In light of the Nokia CEO’s big payout, maybe it’s time to revisit his grand plan for saving the Finnish phone-maker.
Microsoft just bought a lot of problems for $7.2 billion.
Microsoft announced late Monday plans to buy Nokia’s devices and services business in a $7 billion cash deal, a move …
If Windows Phone software languishes, dragging down phone sales in the process, it could metastasize into an existential crisis for Nokia.