SPOTLIGHT: Motorola net profit down 84%


In its first quarterly earnings report following the departure of Ed Zander and the naming of Greg Brown as CEO, Motorola posted a net profit of $100 million, about 84% lower than the same quarter last year. One bright spot for the struggling giant continues to be its home and networks business, which saw a revenue increase of about 11% during the quarter.

For more:
- read this report in The New York Times

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