Former Finnish PM to leave Nokia
May 31 , 2012
Former Finnish prime minister Esko Aho, who has headed Nokia’s government and public affairs department, is to step down from his management post to take up a position as Senior Fellow at Harvard University.
Aho joined the struggling Finnish mobile phone maker in 2008 and is expected to leave in August.
He will continue to work with Nokia as a consultant and oversee its global policies and activities regarding sustainable development and social responsibility.