Rumor has it that Stephen Elop refused to take a payout smaller than $25 million from Nokia in order to fund his divorce settlement.
Don't hand your iPhone to Nokia CEO Stephen Elop. During an interview on Finnish TV show Hjalliksen kanssa, an interviewer made exactly that mistake and is short one functional iPhone for having made it because Elop threw that sucker on the floor.
This Monday we published Nokia's boss Stephen Elop's words on his company's commitment to Windows Phone 8. Elop said that they are not ruling anything out, even while they are supporting Microsoft right now.
Gizmodo es Español reports on some surprising words by Nokia big chief Stephen Elop. Asked about a potential Android phone in Nokia's near future, Elop said that "anything is possible":
What do the brightest and loudest smartphones in the world have in common? They're both made by Nokia. And they both run Symbian. Say what?
Nokia just gave us a look at their new N9 running MeeGo. It looks great, except that it's dead on arrival. But just in case you were unsure about Nokia's future plans, CEO Stephen Elop basically confirmed it's all over.
How do you solve a problem like Nokia? The company has been foundering for years, and at this point may have taken on more water than newish CEO Stephen Elop CEO can bail. But how did a company that once defined the mobile industry fall so far behind? It might be more a matter of distance than ideas.
Nokia's CEO Stephen Elop today provided a glimpse into why they chose Windows Phone for their OS instead of Android, explaining that with Android, you just don't know what they'll do in the future.
Stephen Elop, Nokia's new head honcho, has a tremendously tough task. He has to make Nokia not suck anymore. And with WP7, he's got a great chance—but as Businessweek reports, his biggest obstacle is his employees' old habits.
Sure, Nokia's making a tablet. But what's it going to run? Windows Phone 7? Windows 7? Meego? Symbian? Android? Bueller? Whatever they choose, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop wants to take their sweet time getting it right: "We could take advantage of Microsoft technology and software, and build a Windows-oriented tablet, or…
A group of "nine young Nokia shareholders" who used to work at Nokia are demanding that the rapidly-morphing company fire CEO Stephen Elop, extend the life of Symbian by five years and restore MeeGo as the focus of future Nokia smartphones. All of their laughably asinine demands can be consumed in full over at [Nokia…
While speaking at the Mobile World Conference today Nokia CEO Stephen Elop was forced to defend himself against a rather pointed cat-caller who had asked, via some post press conference yelling, "Are you a Trojan Horse?"
By now, you know that Nokia decided to side with Microsoft and Windows Phone 7 instead of Google and Android. Why didn't they want Android? Because Nokia felt that that would be going down without a fight.
Okay, so maybe it's kind of funny that the BBC has called out Nokia for the struggling mobile company's crippling sauna addiction. That doesn't mean it's not a legitimate concern! Because when your company's this far down in the dumps, it might not be the right time to install a steam room in your Zimbabwe office.
According to Businessweek, Nokia is expected to announce a partnership with Microsoft this week, which will put the Windows Phone 7 mobile OS on future Nokia devices. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop basically said this was going to happen in his memo, and from the looks of it he's wasting no time making it happen.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is pissed the Finnish cellphone maker relinquished their market dominance to Apple and Google. Real pissed. Fearing the company has reached a point of no return, Elop issued a no-holds-barred 1,300-word memo to employees, and seems primed to make some bold moves in the next week to help Nokia…