Former Microsoft Exec Pursuing New Opportunities at Nokia; Former Nokia President Just Pursuing New Opportunities
Looks like Nokia’s search for a new North American chief to succeed President Mark Louison has turned up a willing replacement: Former Microsoft executive Chris Weber.
A 16-year Microsoft veteran, Weber held a variety of senior executive positions in sales, marketing and professional services before leaving to start his own consulting business.
His new gig as Nokia president and head of Markets, North America begins today as does Louison’s pursuit of “new career opportunities.”
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