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Trolltech, of course. That's what it says on his paychecks and on both company's record books. Which company produced Wall-E?
You have claimed that that all the money for KDE development comes from Nokia. You have listed two developers (out of a pool of far more than that) who are sponsored by either Nokia or its subsidiaries and said "should I stop there?". If you want to prove your point, then post a table showing the entire KDE core team and the sponsor of each member.
I don't believe Trolltech exists anymore (at least as a name) since it has been folded into Nokia. In any case, for what it's worth, here are the patrons of KDE: http://ev.kde.org/supporting-members.php.
What I don't know/understand is what benefit Nokia sees in supporting KDE other than promoting the use of Qt.