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Motorola Loses Two Execs In One Week

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Mar 7, 2008, 5:19 PM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Mar 7, 2008, 5:46 PM

The last week has seen two high-level departures at Motorola. Motorola's chief marketing officer, Kenneth Keller Jr., has resigned from his position with the company. The other departing executive is Stu Reed, Motorola's president of mobile devices. Reed had been in charge of the company's handset business. Motorola CEO Greg Brown publicly stated this week that he is seeking an outsider to help turn the troubled handset division around.

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psycho dramatic7

Mar 7, 2008, 5:58 PM

From Riches To Rags...how the mighty have fallen.

🤣 Poor motorola....they had the best communications devices like pagers and 2-way devices and radios and cell phones. unfortunantly they decided to go about the "quantity not quality" way of doing things and then their products sucked. i hope moto can redeem themselves. i think their worst problem with cell phones was the laggy freezing firmware. please come back motorola....we need you to stay in the game. i dont want stupid LG phones
I don't particularly mind LG, but I live in a more rural area, and while moto phones don't get much better reception, they *do* get some. Minimal, but enough to make them worthwhile phones.
Yah... LG Blows.. And to bad motorola's having like a "developer" writers block... Can't come up with anything new haha. Honestly though I've never had a problem with laggy freezing firmware. Verizons firmware blows, yes lol, but any other versions ha...
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