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Nokia's CEO: Not Much to Toast After First Anniversary

Stephen Elop may be thrilled to have his first year as CEO of Nokia out of the way. After all, in the past 12 months, the struggling mobile-phone maker has seen its share price and market share plummet, and the bad news just keeps coming. But it's too soon to count Elop out.

Nokia's New CEO Earns High Grades for Bold Moves

In just four months, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has slashed its workforce and turned the company in a new direction. On Friday, he launched his gutsiest strategy yet -- dumping Nokia's ailing Symbian mobile operating system and betting the house on Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 OS.

Nokia in Cell-Phone Talks with Microsoft and Google

When Nokia's CEO presents the company's strategy to investors in London on Friday, it could announce plans to use an outside operating system -- namely, Microsoft's , Google's or both, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

Trouble Calling: Nokia Delays Another Handset

Nokia has announced that its high-end flagship E7 smartphone will miss the 2010 holiday season. Without explaining what the exact problem was, a spokesperson says Nokia wants to "allow the best possible user experience." Making sure the phone works is a good start.

Another Delay for Nokia's Flagship N8 Smartphone

Nokia will delay the launch of its flagship N8 smartphone, again. "To ensure a great user experience, we have decided to hold the shipments for a few weeks to do some final amends," the company announced.

Nokia Chairman Clears Up His Retirement Plans

When Nokia announced last week that its new CEO would be Stephen Elop, longtime Chairman Jorma Ollila, who led the company into the mobile phone business, was deliberately hazy about his own plans. Now we know: Ollila will remain on board through spring 2012 to help with the transition.

Stephen Elop May Not Be the Right CEO to Revive Nokia

Nokia announced that it had chosen Stephen Elop to become its next CEO. But Nokia has seen its market share fall from 50% to 32% during the past three years, and Elop takes the job with virtually no experience in handsets, turnarounds, or meaningful innovation.