BERLIN— A consortium of German automakers Audi, BMW and Daimler announced Monday it is buying Nokia Corp.' s HERE map business in a deal that values the unit at 2.8 billion euros. Nokia, based in Finland, has refocused its business on producing equipment for wireless networks after selling its mobile phone handset operation to Microsoft Corp. The company said...» Read More
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