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  • FILE - This Aug. 15, 2013 file photo shows Nokia's Lumia 925 phone at the flagship store of Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia in Helsinki, Finland. On Thursday, July 17, 2014, as part of an announcement to cut up to 18,000 jobs over the next year, Microsoft said it would discontinue its Nokia X phones and shift future product designs to its Lumia line of Windows phones. (AP Photo/Lehtikuva, Mikko Stig, File) FINLAND OUT

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  • ** FILE ** This undated photo provided by Microsoft shows Satya Nadella. Microsoft announced Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014, that Nadella will replace Steve Ballmer as its new CEO.  Nadella will become only the third leader in the software giant's 38-year history, after founder Bill Gates and Ballmer. Board member John Thompson will serve as Microsoft's new chairman.  (AP Photo/Microsoft)

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  • Nokia loss widens on slumping smartphone sales

    Nokia's net loss nearly quadrupled in the second quarter on sagging sales of smartphones, a market in which the company is struggling to regain ground lost to rivals including Apple and Samsung.

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    Nokia's net loss nearly quadrupled in the second quarter on sagging sales of smartphones, a market in which the company is struggling to regain ground lost to rivals including Apple and Samsung. Shares jumped, however, as overall sales exceeded forecasts.

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