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Nokia chairman reopens old wounds with new book

12 Oct 2018

HELSINKI Nokia's chairman has pointed the finger at his predecessor over the mobile phone maker's fall from grace in a book that has reopened old wounds in Finland, where the company remains a source of national pride.

Crowdfunding platform Fellow Finance aims for rapid growth after IPO

09 Oct 2018

HELSINKI, Oct 9 Finnish crowdfunding platform Fellow Finance is targeting fast international growth after a successful initial public offering (IPO) in Helsinki, its chief executive said.

Nordea sees room for 'tactical' M&A after HQ move: CEO

01 Oct 2018

HELSINKI Nordea , the Nordic region's biggest bank, will focus on improving and expanding its IT systems in the near term but might still make "tactical" M&A moves in the region, CEO Casper von Koskull told Reuters.

Finnair hires Nordea banker as new boss

04 Sep 2018

HELSINKI Finland's state-controlled airline Finnair has turned to the financial world for its new chief executive, appointing Nordea Bank's Topi Manner to take the role from January.

Neste keeps faith with renewable jet fuel business despite setback

23 Aug 2018

HELSINKI Biofuel producer and oil refiner Neste sees good opportunities for its renewable jet fuel despite a cancelled pilot project in Switzerland, a company executive said.

After profits drop, Nokia counts on 5G boost later in year

26 Jul 2018

HELSINKI/LONDON Telecom network equipment maker Nokia posted quarterly earnings below market expectations on Thursday but vowed that business would recover later this year on the back of a next-generation 5G cycle picking up pace in the United States.

Nokia's profit expected to drop ahead of 5G fillip

25 Jul 2018

HELSINKI Telecom network equipment maker Nokia is expected to post another plunge in quarterly profits on Thursday ahead of an anticipated boost later this year from next-generation 5G networks.

Hot Nordic weather hits Stora Enso's profit, shares fall

20 Jul 2018

HELSINKI Finnish pulp, paper and packaging board maker Stora Enso missed quarterly profit expectations on Friday, partly blaming wood supply problems stemming from the exceptionally hot and dry weather in the Nordics.

Fortum to seek fresh start with Uniper: CEO

19 Jul 2018

HELSINKI Finnish utility Fortum is seeking a fresh start with Germany's Uniper , it's CEO said on Thursday, following an extraordinary acquisition process that included a campaign against the deal and calls for an investigation into Uniper.

ECB shouldn't tie its hands too early on policy - Rehn

17 Jul 2018

HELSINKI The European Central Bank should not tie its hands too early when it comes to future monetary policy decisions but look instead at how the economy pans out, Finland's new central bank governor Olli Rehn told Reuters on Tuesday.

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