Nokia Shareholders Approve $7.2 Billion Microsoft Acquisition
Nov 20, 2013 20:05
Microsoft will officially buy Nokia for $7.2 billion, according to the Financial Times. While some smaller shareholders are protesting the sale, 99.7% of the investors present at a company meeting in Helsinki voted in favor of the acquisition.
As part of the agreement, Nokia engineers and CEO Stephen Elop joined Microsoft.
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