Shareholders Accept Nokia Sales to Microsoft

Microsoft has gotten their purchase deals of Nokia accepted by Nokia’s shareholders at an extraordinary general meeting.

At an extraordinary general Assembly has a large majority of its shareholders now conclusively accepted the offer from Microsoft by Nokia’s mobile business. It writes our site.

The deal was made public at the beginning of the month of sSeptember, but have since been lacking acceptance from shareholders, but this is now secured. The entire 99.7% of votes that were received before the meeting, had voted for a sale. Those votes represented 80 percent of the shares.

The General Assembly has, however, also featured disagreements, as several small shareholders are not happy with the sale, as well as the whole story about Stephen Elops severance bonus at 140 million dollars should have aroused little touch.