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Mr. Stephen Elop

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Executive Vice President, Devices...

Phone: +358 ***** ****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Maine, United States
Nokia Corporation
Pl 226
Nokia Group, Uusimaa 00045

Company Description: Nokia Corporation (Nokia) is engaged in the manufacturing of mobile devices and in converging Internet and communications industries. The company is engaged in...   more

Employment History


  • bachelor's degree , computer engineering and management
  • Honorary Doctor of Science Degree
  • McMaster University
  • bachelor's degree , computer engineering and management
    McMaster University
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Your Computer - Science and Technology Articles, 13 Mar 2014 [cached]
Nokia's Stephen Elop also reportedly showed a prototype of a Nokia WP7 phones to a handful of people and called it something "super confidential" as well.
Nokia Leadership Team - Nokia, 17 Feb 2014 [cached]
As part of his interim CEO role, Mr. Siilasmaa will, among other tasks, oversee strategy and have four direct reports: Michael Halbherr, Executive Vice President, HERE; Stephen Elop, Executive Vice President, Devices & Services; Timo Ihamuotila, Nokia CFO and interim President; and Jesper Ovesen, Executive Chairman of the NSN Board of Directors.
Stephen Elop
Stephen Elop joined Nokia as President and Chief Executive Officer as of September 21, 2010. On September 3, 2013 Stephen stepped aside as President and CEO as a result of the proposed transaction to sell substantially all Nokia's Devices & Services business to Microsoft. Following the announcement, he continues at Nokia as Executive Vice President, Devices & Services and a member of the Nokia Leadership Team.
Before Stephen joined Nokia, he served as President of Microsoft's Business Division and was a member of Microsoft's senior leadership team responsible for the company's overall strategy. In this position, he oversaw the Microsoft Office systems and other communications tools and applications for consumers, small and mid-size businesses, as well as large organisations and enterprises.
Previously Stephen was Chief Operating Officer of Juniper Networks, a leading provider of high-performance network infrastructure. As COO, he was responsible for the company's product groups, corporate development, global sales and service, as well as marketing and manufacturing organisations. Prior to Juniper, Stephen served as President of Worldwide Field Operations of Adobe Systems Inc. He joined Adobe following the 2005 acquisition of Macromedia Inc., where he was President and CEO.
Previously in his career, he served in a number of executive positions, including Chief Information Officer.
Stephen earned a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering and Management from McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, his home country, and was subsequently awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.
In his spare time, Stephen enjoys his family and the many sports pursued by his five children, and he is an active pilot.
"With this new focus, we also ..., 28 April 2011 [cached]
"With this new focus, we also will face reductions in our workforce," said Stephen Elop, Nokia president.
Microsofts next potential CEO ..., 10 Nov 2013 [cached]
Microsofts next potential CEO Stephen Elop could kill Bing sell Xbox
Microsoft's next potential CEO Stephen Elop could kill Bing, sell Xbox
Philippines News.Net Saturday 9th November, 2013
As Microsoft is looking for a potential successor to outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer, one of the candidates for the coveted position; Nokia's chief Stephen Elop is reportedly considering big plans for the software giant, which could include ending the Bing segment and selling Xbox business.
Elop served briefly at Microsoft as its head of business division, responsible for Office and other products, and is speculated to be considering the end of Microsoft's Bing search engine, while contemplating selling the Xbox business.
The report said that Elop is considering a strategy shift away from Microsoft's tradition of Office running primarily on Windows PCs and involve focus on maximizing the sales on other platforms.
Former Nokia CEO Stephen ..., 24 Feb 2014 [cached]
Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop To Head Microsoft Devices and Studios
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