The Microsoft-Nokia Deal
On September 2, 2013, Microsoft announced that it was buying out Nokia’s devices business for $7.2 billion. ZDNet has this story covered from virtually every angle and from perspectives across the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Australia.
- Microsoft's Nokia acquisition: It was 'double down or quit'
- Microsoft-Nokia deal: 11 quick facts
- Why Nokia plus Microsoft won't equal Apple: It's much more complicated than that
- Does its Nokia buy thwart or fuel a possible Microsoft break-up?
- The case against Stephen Elop as Microsoft CEO
- Microsoft gets less than $10 per Windows Phone unit
- Is there a future for Nokia's dumb phones under Microsoft?
- Lumia tablets? Surface phablets? Microsoft's tricky new post-Nokia positioning challenges
- Did Microsoft's Nokia purchase just put the final nail in BlackBerry's coffin?
- Nokia evolution: From beast to beauty (photos)
- Nokia Interim CEO: Microsoft deal makes us stronger
- Even with Nokia devices, Microsoft wants to license Windows Phone to other makers
- Microsoft shows how to flush decades of Nokia goodwill away
- Americans already thought Nokia was a Microsoft company
- Microsoft: How to best leverage the Nokia deal
- Microsoft: The hardware company
- How Microsoft-Nokia differs from 2011 deal
- Despite the Microsoft takeover, what's left of Nokia can still make mobile phones - and soon