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March 17, 2009

Nokia Plans 1,700 Job Cuts as Sales Slow

Nokia said Tuesday that it planned to eliminate 1,700 jobs, roughly 3 percent of its work force, as demand for phones continued to sag.
The company said 700 workers would be laid off in Finland and the rest elsewhere in Europe, Asia and North America. The layoffs are to take place in Nokia’s devices and markets divisions, which produce, market and sell mobile phones, and in a unit responsible for long-term corporate strategy.

Source: NYTimes

February 24, 2009

Nokia halves mobile advertising staff

Filed under: Europe,Nokia,US,Wireless — DF @ 11:25 am
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According to Reuters, CNBC: “Nokia has decided to cut some 90-100 jobs, roughly half the staff, of its mobile advertising business as the economic downturn dampens demand, the world’s top cellphone maker said on Tuesday.”

~News submitted by upthecreek

February 11, 2009

Nokia to cut 320 jobs, temporarily lay off 2,500

According to BusinessWeek: “Nokia Corp. said Wednesday it will close the research and development center in Jyvaskyla, southern Finland by the year-end, all 320 people working there will be affected.”

“The Finnish company is also planning to temporarily lay off some 2,500 workers at a plant in Salo, on the southern coast, although production there will continue.”

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