Net loss was
The former mobile leader, which peaked in 2008 with a global market share of 40 percent, has failed to meet the smartphone challenge of Apple's iPhone,
It tried to reverse the trend by teaming up with
Now, the Finnish company will focus in the remaining operations — networks, mapping services and technology development and licenses.
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