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Canadian PM to weigh security concerns on BlackBerry deals: Report

Canadian PM to weigh security concerns on BlackBerry deals: Report

19 Oct 2013

BlackBerry Ltd, the struggling smartphone maker seeking a buyer, should be wary of any deals that would raise national-security concerns, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Friday, according to a report.

blackberry,   smartphones,   Stephen Harper,   security concerns,   takeover law,  
Microsoft to acquire Nokia's handset business; counter Google, Apple

Microsoft to acquire Nokia's handset business; counter Google, Apple

03 Sep 2013

Mumbai: Microsoft Corp will buy Nokia Corp's struggling cellphone business for 5.44 billion euros (USD 7.2 billion), as the US-based firm tries to catch up in a fast- growing mobile market dominated by Samsumg and Apple.

Microsoft Corp,   Nokia's handset business,   Stephen Elop,   Finnish firm,   Nokia,   Windows Phone software,  
South Sudan plans to double capacity of first refinery to 20,000 barrels per day

South Sudan plans to double capacity of first refinery to 20,000 barrels per day

25 Nov 2012

South Sudan's first mini-refinery will start with an initial capacity of 10,000 barrels a day and double this in a few years, the oil ministry said.

South Sudan refinery,   Refinery Juba,   Capacity of Sudan refinery,   Oil Minister Stephen Dhieu Dau,  
Samsung unveils new Windows phone

Samsung unveils new Windows phone

30 Aug 2012

Samsung Electronics became the first handset maker to announce a smartphone using Microsoft's latest mobile software, making its surprise and hurried announcement just days before the highly anticipated launch of Nokia's version.

Samsung,   ATIV S,   Windows phone,   Apple Inc,   Gorilla glass,   Stephen Elop,  
Substantial jobs cuts to come: Nokia CEO

Substantial jobs cuts to come: Nokia CEO

11 Feb 2011

The world's top mobile phone maker Nokia plans to significantly cut jobs as it transitions to a new strategy involving a partnership with software giant Microsoft, its chief executive said on Friday.

Nokia,   Job cut in Nokia,   software giant Microsoft,   CEO Stephen Elop ,  
Canada to sign free trade pact with India by 2013

Canada to sign free trade pact with India by 2013

01 Apr 2011

India appeared prominently in the heat of the Canadian election campaign on Thursday when Prime Minister Stephen Harper said to accelerate the signing of free trade agreements with New Delhi and the European Union, if his party returned to power.

free trade pact with India,   Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper,   comprehensive economic partnership agreement (CEPA),  
Nokia posts 929 million loss for Jan-Mar quarter

Nokia posts 929 million loss for Jan-Mar quarter

19 Apr 2012

Struggling handset maker Nokia Corp on Thursday posted a net loss of 929 million euros (USD 1.21 billion) for the January-March quarter of 2012 due to greater-than expected competition coupled with decline in sales.

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Nokia comes up with four new phones

Nokia comes up with four new phones

21 Jun 2011

Mobile phone-maker Nokia on Tuesday announced the "beginning of a new era" for the company with the launch of four new mobile phones, including a full-screen touch-based Smartphone.

Mobile phone-maker Nokia,   new era by Nokia,   Nokia Phones,   touch-based Smartphone,   Stephen Elop,   the president and CEO of Nokia,   C2-02,   C2-03,   Nokia N8s,   E7s,   C7s,   C6-01s,  
Nokia to scrap 300 jobs in India by end of 2012

Nokia to scrap 300 jobs in India by end of 2012

27 Apr 2011

World's largest cell phone maker Nokia is going to scrap 300 jobs in India by the end of 2012, said a company executive.

World’s largest cell phone maker Nokia,   Nokia's Symbian software activities,   Nokia’s India operations,   Nokia President and CEO Stephen Elop,   Nokia to cut 300 jobs in India,   US major Accenture,