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HTC Reorganizes U.S. Operations

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Jul 22, 2013, 7:23 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

HTC has modified its business operations in the U.S., reports the Wall Street Journal. According to an email obtained by the Journal, President of Global Sales Jason Mackenzie will now lead HTC America. Mackenzie was previously responsible for HTC's U.S. operations for about a year before taking on his global role in 2011. The U.S. has historically been HTC's strongest market, but CEO Peter Chou indicated that other markets will soon surpass the U.S. Further, Mike Woodward will lead a newly established business unit called Emerging Devices, which will be responsible for developing new HTC products as well as managing global distribution plans. The changes are effective immediately, and follow several high-profile departures within the company earlier this year.


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Jul 22, 2013, 7:54 AM

It's A Shame

A once great company, decided to follow Apple's status quo. Now they are met with stress and re-organization.

They should really listen to their long time supporters. They may not be in this position if they had.

Many complaints had been made by many toward the direction of eliminating removeable batteries. HTC claimed in order to meet the criteria of making the device slimmer in design, eliminating access to the battery allowed this to happen. However, when truth was told that Samsung was able to meet a slimmer design than the ONE and still retain access to the battery, HTC bluntly said that I and others are free to choose another company.

Myself, as well as four of my constituents, took them up on that offer. I can only imagine ...
I work in ATT customer service and I haven't recommended an HTC phone to a customer in a while. HTC used to be great, and I used to recommend them all the time. Now the question that I get from non Apple customers is, should I get that new HTC phone o...
No thank you I'll stick with my HTC ONE. It has been a great phone with great battery life. Its so fast and smooth. Not everyone needs a removeable battery. Stop trying to think that only what you want matters to everyone. It matters to just you.
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