Today, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced plans for the largest job cut in the company's history: 18,000 employees will get laid off. Most of those cuts will come from Nokia, which Microsoft acquired this year. Stephen Elop, Microsoft's...Show More Summary
Microsoft Executive Vice President Stephen Elop, who had been Nokia's CEO before the acquisition, provided more detail on the shake-up. Here is the full text of his email.
As tempting as it might be to believe the Grand Elop Conspiracy theory, the man at the center of it all insists that it’s not true. ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley notices that former Nokia CEO and current Microsoft exec Stephen Elop was asked...Show More Summary
Even though Nokia is now officially part of Microsoft, the company will continue to sell the family of Nokia's Android devices. Stephen Elop, the former Nokia CEO and new executive vice president of Microsoft's Devices Group, said in...Show More Summary
Ex-Nokia CEO Elop says Redmond is 'committed' to Nokia X, Asha Nokia won't be changing its strategy now that it's been gobbled up by Microsoft, its former CEO Stephen Elop has said.…
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop Microsoft and Nokia will consummate their marriage by the end of this week. On Monday, Microsoft said its $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia's devices and services division, which was announced in September, will...Show More Summary
Nokia this week released version 1.2 of its Imaging SDK. The new developer tools, which were announced by CEO Stephen Elop at Microsoft's Build conference in San Francisco, will allow developers to add a wide range of new features to their own camera applications. Show More Summary
Just before announcing "the next generation" of Nokia handsets, CEO Stephen Elop dropped some update news for the freshly outed Windows Phone 8.1. Microsoft will be updating all Lumia devices that are running Windows Phone 8 to the next version. This...
This morning Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella announced that Scott Guthrie is now the executive vice president of its Cloud and Enterprise group, Phil Spencer will run its Xbox work, and that, when the Nokia acquisition closes, former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop will pick up the title of executive vice president of the Devices group. Read More
Microsoft has had a recent shake up in terms of their leaders, with their new CEO, Satya Nadella replacing Steve Ballmer, and Stephen Elop, Nokia’s former CEO, replacing Julie Larson-Green as head of Microsoft’s Devices and Studios division. Show More Summary
The former Nokia CEO doesn't have the most sparkling resume...
News spreading online from a leaked memo point former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop to become the new lead at Microsoft’s Devices and Studios division. This appointment puts Elop in charge of all games and hardware for the Xbox platform, Microsoft Surface and all the game developments by Microsoft owned studios. Show More Summary
Stephen Elop is now the head of Microsoft's Devices and Studios division, which entails entertainment, games, Surface, and the Xbox. This news comes by way of an internal memo obtained by Techcrunch. Julie Larson-Green was in charge of the division, taking over when Don Mattrick left for Zynga. Show More Summary
After choosing Satya Nadella to replace Steve Ballmer as CEO, Microsoft has elected to appoint Stephen Elop as head of its Devices and Studios division. The news comes from an internal memo posted over on TechCrunch. Microsoft's Devices and Studios...
Microsoft has named the former CEO of Nokia, Stephen Elop, as head of the Xbox and Surface divisions.
Many were probably wondering what would happen to Nokia’s CEO, Stephen Elop, once Microsoft had finally acquired the company. Well according to earlier reports, some had believed that Elop might be in running to be Microsoft’s new CEO, but we all know how that ended as Microsoft had decided to go with Satya Nadella instead. Show More Summary
Julie Larson-Green moved to Applications and Services group. Microsoft will appoint former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop as its new head of Devices and Studios, replacing current head Julie Larson-Green. Click here to read the full article
Former Nokia CEO and Vice President of Devices & Services, Stephen Elop, has been quietly hustled out of the Nokia camp to take the reigns at the unified Microsoft Devices & Studios branch, responsible for the software giant’s Xbox, Surface and game development divisions. More »
Former Nokia (NOK) CEO Stephen Elop took the stage at the company's Mobile World Congress booth at Fira Gran Via to a standing-room-only crowd to talk about developments with the Nokia phone business, which is merging into Microsoft (MSFT). Lumia, Asha, and the company's feature phones, will become part of “a broader devices and services [...]