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Nokia Siemens Networks issues 800 million euro bonds

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) said it is raising 800 million euros ($1.03 billion) from public markets and will use the money to repay debt and for general purposes.Full story

DragonWave cuts fourth-quarter revenue estimate

(Reuters) - Telecom network equipment maker DragonWave Inc said revenue for the fourth quarter would miss its forecast, citing lower revenue from the microwave technology business it bought from Nokia Siemens Networks last year. Full story

Nokia CEO sees progress in Lumia supply issues

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokia Chief Executive Stephen Elop said on Thursday the company was making progress in resolving supply issues with its new Lumia 920 smartphones. Full story

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