Nokia in numbers: From job cuts to its iPhone rivalry

Nokia in numbers: From job cuts to its iPhone rivalry

Summary: Nokia on Thursday announced the latest in a series of shake-ups of its business. The latest overhaul sees the company cutting staff, selling off its luxury phone unit Vertu and rejigging its management.

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Nokia on Thursday announced the latest in a series of shake-ups of its business. The latest overhaul sees the company cutting staff, selling off its luxury phone unit Vertu and rejigging its management. Here's how the company shapes up in numbers that matter:

• Number of layoffs announced today: 10,000

• Number of layoffs announced under current CEO Stephen Elop: 40,000

• Number of staff employed by Nokia as of 31 March 2012: 122,148

• Nokia's highest share price: over $58

• Nokia's share price today: $2.79

• Number of phones Nokia shipped in 2011: 417 million

• Year-on-year decline in number of phones shipped: 8 percent

• Number of smartphones Nokia shipped in 2011: 77m

• Year-on-year decline in number of smartphones shipped: 25 percent

• Nokia's profit in 2010: €2.1bn

• Nokia's loss in 2011: €1.1bn

• Amount that Nokia has spent on mobile R&D to date: €45bn

• Number of patents owned by Nokia: 10,000

• Number of CEOs over the last six years: three (Jorma Ollila, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, Stephen Elop)

• Number of operating systems that have appeared on Nokia smartphones over the last six years: three (Windows Phone, Symbian, Meego)

• Number of Nokia Lumia Windows Phone devices sold in quarter ending 31 March, 2012: 2m

• Number of Apple iPhones sold in the same quarter: 35m

• Number of mobile phones Nokia shipped in total during that quarter, according to Gartner: 83m

• Number of mobile phones Samsung shipped in total: 86m

• Samsung's position among handset vendors by sales: 1

• Nokia's position among handset vendors by sales: 2

• Number of years Nokia had held the number one slot prior to that quarter: 14

• Nokia's share of the total mobile market in 2007: 38 percent

• Nokia's share of the total mobile market today: 20 percent

Sources: Nokia, Gartner

Topic: Tech Industry

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