Motorola Inc., after three years of declining sales, is set to return to growth and will consider acquisitions once the spinoff of its handset business is complete, Co-Chief Executive Officer Greg Brown said.
Motorola Solutions Inc. , having spun off its mobile-phone unit, is focusing on winning contracts for public-safety communications networks worth more than $1 billion in the U.S. and Middle East, its chief executive officer said.
Motorola Solutions Inc., the maker of bar-code scanners, plans to make returning cash to investors a priority after selling its networks unit and shoring up its balance sheet, Chief Executive Officer Greg Brown said.
Motorola Solutions Inc. plans to introduce a rugged handheld computer based on Microsoft Corp.’s Windows 8 software, providing an alternative to laptops for police, factory employees and other blue-collar workers.
On March 9, President Barack Obama flew to Petersburg, Virginia, to tour a Rolls-Royce aircraft engine plant. He’d been to Petersburg before as a candidate, when he stopped his campaign bus to grab lunch at a burger joint. That was in 2008, when he could still blame someone else for the misfortunes of the people he met inside.
Motorola Solutions Inc., the electronics-equipment company that makes everything from walkie- talkies to scanning devices, raised its quarterly dividend and said it will buy back another $2 billion of shares after reporting a 15 percent gain in second-quarter profit.