Jolla appoints Tomi Pienimäki as new CEO, Marc Dillon becomes Head of Software Development

Jolla appoints Tomi Pienimäki as new CEO, Marc Dillon becomes Head of Software Development

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New As Jolla gears up for the imminent unveiling of its first smartphone packing the MeeGo-inspired Sailfish OS during the second quarter, there's been another shake-up at the highest level of the company. Marc Dillion will no longer be the CEO as of May 6th, with a man by the...
Jolla appoints Tomi Pienimäki as new CEO, Marc Dillon becomes Head of Software Development
                             

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