Nokia narrows quarterly loss as Lumia sales rise
Finnish mobile phone company Nokia narrowed its losses in the first quarter of 2013, helped by rising sales of Lumia smartphones.
It reported a 339m euro (£290m) loss in the quarter, down from a 1.57bn euro loss in the same period last year.
Nokia is trying to catch up with rival smartphone makers Apple and Samsung.
Alice Baxter reports.
18 Apr 2013
- From the section Business