Motorola's Uphill Battle

Colvin, Geoff
July 2011
Fortune;7/4/2011, Vol. 164 Issue 1, p58
An interview with Sanjay Jha, head of Motorola Mobility Holdings cell phone company, is presented. He discusses why he does not consider scale and market share as important as customer loyalty. He looks at the growing use of tablet computers in enterprise settings and explains why he believes Motorola's Xoom tablet is well-designed for the enterprise market. Motorola's switch to the Android mobile operating system is also discussed.


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