While more than a few from Wall Street have joined in the chant in recent quarters, that logic seems predicated on the assumption that Mobile Devices is somehow being hampered or held back by the strategy and objectives of the rest of the company. Once freed to “do its own thing,” or so the fairly tale goes, it will sprout wings and fly.
A handful of analysts who have watched Motorola’s death spiral over the years, me included, question that logic...
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— Bob Faulkner, Special to Light Reading