Motorola Employees Among Crash Victims

November 2000
Wireless Week;11/06/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 45, p10
Trade Publication
Focuses on the Singapore Airlines jetliner which crashed in November 2000 in Taipei, Taiwan. Number of Motorola employees who were killed in the accident; Names of the victims.


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