JOB CUTS: Short-Term Pain or Long-Term Gain?

Berg, Andrew
February 2009
Wireless Week;2/1/2009, Vol. 14 Issue 19, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on how the wireless industry positioning itself for long-term survival from the economic crisis. Motorola has cut executive bonuses and jobs and froze pay hikes. Analysts and chief executive officers are considering solid business plans as the only tested ways of surviving. They not only take into account the demands of bandwidth-devouring devices but also those of the consumer. New technologies are what keep the wireless industry diverse and relevant.


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