ByKarl Pratt: Much has been written recently that paints Nokia (NOK) in a very negative light. The latest has to do with shareholders who are very upset with CEO Stephen Elop for betting the company's fortunes on Microsoft's (MSFT) Windows Phone platform, as opposed to Google's (GOOG) Android platform. Show More Summary
By Charles Santerre: Never mind that the share price for Nokia's (NOK) is down from its heyday by more 1800% since the year 2000, or 1200% since 2007, the current management team headed by CEO Stephen Elop is not responsible for that. Show More Summary
Finnish smartphone maker Nokia recently hosted its annual meeting with shareholders, and they were not pleased with CEO Stephen Elop's turnaround in progress. It's been over two years since the company embarked upon its transition under...Show More Summary
Shareholders took the opportunity at Nokia's annual meeting to express their discontent with the smartphone maker's results. It's been over two years since Stephen Elop became CEO, and now they want to see the turnaround take shape.
It’s one thing for a writer to claim that Nokia is “entering its death spiral.” It’s another for a shareholder to say “Are you aware that results are what matter?” But that’s just what someone said to Nokia CEO Stephen Elop during a shareholder’s meeting in Helsinki before adding ”The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Please switch...
Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) CEO Stephen Elop sure could use a good pick-me-up. After having a challenging time facing impatient shareholders at the company’s annual meeting in Helsinki, dealing with many disgruntlers about the company’ switch to the Windows Phone operating system by Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT), he sure could use a lift. So why not [...]
With Nokia continuing to play second fiddle to the likes of Apple and Samsung, CEO Stephen Elop has come under heavy pressure from investors to rethink his strategy of sticking with Windows Phone as its only mobile platform. Investors are … Continue reading ?
ByAbu Bakr Hussain: At a feisty AGM this week which made headlines around the world, some Nokia (NOK) investors turned on Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia demanding that he switch Nokia's focus from Windows Phone (MSFT) to Android (GOOG).Show More Summary
By Jacob Steinberg: On Tuesday, Nokia (NOK) held its annual meeting with the shareholders in Helsinki. In the meeting, there were a lot of good and bad points, but what gained the most attention was the reaction received by the company's CEO Stephen Elop. Show More Summary
With Nokia continuing to languish, investors have understandably become frustrated with CEO Stephen Elop. As we saw earlier this week, investors implored Elop to reconsider his decision to go exclusively with Windows Phone as Nokia’s mobile...Show More Summary
But CEO Stephen Elop says it's Windows Phone or bust.
It’s safe to say that Nokia CEO Stephen Elop did not enjoy his chat with investors on Tuesday. Reuters reports that shareholders at Nokia’s annual general meeting said they were losing patience with Elop’s efforts to turn around hisShow More Summary
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is in the hot seat with investors and took fire at today's meeting from impatient shareholders who are waiting for the company's fortunes to turn around. Elop announced Nokia's plans to abandon Symbian, which he referred to as a burning platform, in February 2011. Show More Summary
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokia investors told Chief Executive Stephen Elop on Tuesday that they were running out of patience with his flagging attempts to catch up with market leaders Apple and Samsung in smartphones.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokia Chief Executive Stephen Elop said the company would remain focused on using Microsoft's Windows Phone software to compete with smartphone rivals such as Samsung.
Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop hinted a new Nokia Lumia should be expected to be announced ‘later this quarter‘ a few weeks ago, with a rumor of the device possibly being unveiled today. That rumor turned out to be false as we have yet toShow More Summary
Last week, Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop, alluded to the company's next hero move, which appears to be a flagship Lumia phone for Verizon. Watch for the Lumia 928 at a price that undercuts the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S 4.
Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) is licking its wounds, but it’s moving forward with some plans to reveal some new devices in the coming weeks. CEO Stephen Elop hinted at a ‘hero device’ to be released sometime during this current quarter. Rumors are swirling that this ‘hero’ just might be a phablet device of at least 5 inches that [...]
Nokia Corporation (NOK) Q1 2013 Earnings Call April 18, 2013 8:00 am ET Executives Matt Shimao – Head of Investor Relations Stephen Elop – President and Chief Executive Officer Timo Ihamuotila – Chief Financial Officer and ExecutiveShow More Summary
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop this morning said, "Later this quarter a new Lumia device is anticipated to have hero status with a leading U.S. carrier." The comments were made during the company's call with media to discuss its quarterly results. Show More Summary