|Nokia Corp. is a broadly held company with listings on two major exchanges. In the US shares are traded on the NYSE as NOK ADSs. The Nasdaq Helsinki Exchange trading symbol for Nokia was formerly NOK1V.HE but was changed to NOKIA and the majority of its daily share volume is traded there.|
Nokia's website is here: company.nokia.com
On April 25 2014, Nokia announced that it had completed the sale of substantially all of its mobile wireless Devices & Services business to Microsoft. Nokia became focused on three established businesses and each of these businesses is a leader in its respective field: ...
Discussion of Nokia's former mobile devices and services business and its products is now off topic on this SI board but can be discussed on any of these 3 SI boards:
• Microsoft: The Devices and Consumer Segment (moderated by Eric L.)
• Microsoft Corp. (moderated by Don Green)
• Windows Phone (moderated by Zax)
Discussion of Nokia's corporate history prior to April 25 2014 should be discussed here:
• The original unmoderated SI Nokia board founded in 1996 /subject.aspx?subjectid=3710
Time marches on and M&A in the communication industry continues. On April 15, 2015 Nokia Corporation and Alcatel-Lucent announced:
Upon completion of the merger (or anytime earlier) which will make Nokia a networking and patent licensing powerhouse, former investors in Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) or followers of that company are cordially invited to participate in collegial discussion here on this Nokia board.
Update: On August 3, 2015, Nokia announced the sale of HERE to the AUDI AG, BMW Group and Daimler AG “Consortium.” Rajeev Suri, CEO of Nokia, cited in a statement that it’s the biggest step that the company has taken towards its complete transformation. Nokia will now focus on completing their Alcatel-Lucent aquisition previosly announed. Once the deals are concluded Nokia Corp. will be left with two businesses — Nokia Technologies and Nokia Networks.
- Eric L. -