HELSINKI, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Nokia's NOK1V.HE Chief Technology Officer Bob Iannucci will step down from his position for personal reasons effective immediately, a spokesman for the world's top cell-phone maker said on Monday.
Iannucci, who started as a CTO at the Finnish handset maker in January, will continue to work as an adviser to the company, while it will review the need for the CTO role in the future, the spokesman said.
Henry Tirri has been appointed as an interim head of Nokia Research Centre, he said. (Reporting by Tarmo Virki, editing by Maureen Bavdek)
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