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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

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The head of Nokia’s smartphone business Anssi Vanjoki has announced his resignation. Nokia confirmed that Vanjoki had been a candidate for CEO and chose to leave after Friday’s appointment of Stephen Elop as CEO, writes FT. The company said that Vanjoki, who has a six-month notice period, will continue in his position for now and is expected to be one of the main presenters at this week’s Nokia World event. DI’s Carl Thulin writes in a commentary that Nokia veteran Jorma Ollila, chairman of the board, is the now last to remain of the tight-knit team including Anssi Vanjoki and Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo that came to the company almost twenty years ago.

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