Lenovo is trending as the company is opening its first PC production plant in the United States. The PC maker is opening the plant in Whitsett, N.C., where Think-branded laptops, desktop PCs, tablets and servers will be manufactured. The products will be aimed at U.S. consumers. The company said the move will create 115 jobs and expects operations to begin in 2013. Over the past two years, Lenovo has also opened plants in China and Brazil.
Nokia ( NOK) is another popular search. The handset maker is considering selling its headquarters in Espoo, Finland, as part of a strategy to unload non-core parts. According to a Finnish newspaper, the building is valued at €200-300 million ($259-388 million). Nokia Chief Financial Officer Timo Ihamuotila confirmed the company is considering the sale of the building, although he said Nokia has no plans to move its head offices elsewhere.
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