ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Motorola Mobility

ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Motorola Mobility

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New When Motorola Mobility was plummeting to its doom in 2011, Google rode to the rescue. Now, with massive layoffs and a proposed sale of critical assets, the knight in shining armor seems hellbent on tearing its acquisition to pieces as part of its restructuring process. Is Motorola nothing more a...
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