There are enough great content with Stephen Elop, when he changes the Nokia out with Microsoft on the business card.
After having been head of Nokia, which, as we know, has sold the mobile portion of the business to Microsoft, Stephen Elop takes over Microsoft in the Department for ‘Devices and Studio Business’, and it will be he well paid for.
Elop may call themselves good 180 million dollars richer as a result of the switch.
The amount is in addition to an amount of money also comes in the form of shares, where Elop stands to get about 25 percent more than first estimated, just because a part of early retirement package comes in the form of shares.
Microsoft accounts for 70 percent of the amount, while Nokia will pay the rest.