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Default Dennis Woodside Leaves Motorola

http://www.droid-life.com/2014/02/12...eo-of-dropbox/

Well, it was a good ride gentlemen. Who knows what's going to happen with Moto now. Sad day indeed.
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Okey,This is a bad news...
 
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Any chance they make Punit Soni the CEO?
That guy breathes updates
 
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Any chance they make Punit Soni the CEO?
That guy breathes updates
Wow, wouldn't that be a treat?
 
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Wow, wouldn't that be a treat?
Yes ...but I just wish Punit soni does not leave moto too....He is former Google so maybe Google would just call him back

Anyway on giving it another thought Motorola is not based on ideas on one or a few people (unlike some fruity companies) Its work on collective thinking and am sure Lenovo has a track record of buying failing businesses and converting them into profits (The ibm thinkpad made them the No.1 pc manufacturer in the world).....I am sure they are gonna be the best thing for motorola Provided they ditch their own smartphone line
 
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The more I've thought about it, the more I think this will be okay. Google gets bored easily, and I liken them to a kid in a candy store, hyped up on sugar and won't stop touching things. They like to be the first to something, but beyond that they have mediocre, beta products.
 
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Bad news. He was one of the few CEOs that has great experience, but thinks as a 20 year-old guy (which is great, as he knows what people like).
 
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After selling to Lenovo,now Dennis Woodside leave Motorola.bad news.i dont see Moto so good in future.
they will became like Samsung or other chinese company with low quality products and no quick updates.
i hope i m wrong
 
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No surprise considering the upcoming buyout. I would expect to see more leave before the buyout is complete. Some by choice and some by layoff.

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The beginning of the end?

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