Microsoft acquired Nokia’s Devices and Services business for $7.4 billion and now they are moving into their Finland offices too. A Nokia spokesperson told Bloomberg that Nokia’s remaining operations following the acquisition will be moving out of their headquarters in Espoo, Finland for Microsoft to move in.
The remaining Nokia operations are mapping, infrastructure, and licensing. The employees in the other divisions will move to Nokia’s other Finland campus.
Nokia built their Espoo headquarters in the 1990s when their marketshare in mobile was dominating. Nokia’s shareholders approved of Microsoft’s deal to buy out Nokia’s Devices and Services earlier this week.
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