President Barack Obama urged a group of business leaders including McDonald’s Corp. Chief Executive Officer Donald Thompson and Marriott International Inc. CEO Arne Sorenson to put pressure on congressional Republicans to pass a new immigration law by year’s end.
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.
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.
Motorola Solutions Inc. was accused by a Senate leader of undermining a U.S. radio network being built to avoid repeating the communications failures that plagued emergency workers during the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
Lyle Fitterer , the top manager of U.S. municipal-bond funds in the past decade, sides with Bill Gross and against Meredith Whitney in his view that fiscally strained states and cities will avoid widespread defaults.
U.S. technology stocks, the second- best industry of the past decade, have fallen to the cheapest levels in at least seven years and are vulnerable to more losses as analysts reduce second-quarter profit estimates.
Motorola Solutions Inc., a supplier of walkie-talkies to firefighters and police, sees a sales opportunity in U.S. airwaves being opened for use by emergency workers, Chief Executive Officer Greg Brown said.