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Motorola's CEO moves to Dropbox

by on14 February 2014 1846 times

According to Wall Street Journal, Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside will leave the company before the official acquisition by Lenovo. His new job will be at the position of COO (Chief Operating Officer) in Dropbox, a popular service for storing data in the cloud.

 

On this the position, opened specially for him, he will be in charge of business growth around the world, as well as in implementation of business service in Dropbox. Woodside was an Google employee for over 10 years now, and the position of CEO of Motorola came shortly after Google's acquisition of the company in 2012.

From Lenovo said they were aware of his transfer to Dropbox, but it has no impact on their plans for the takeover of Motorola, and have full confidence in the rest of the management team at Motorola.

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