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Thursday, April 24, 2008 

Q1 Results: Motorola still in trouble

The sales of Motorola's handset division has fall 39% (to $3.3 billion) comparing to same period last year. The unit had an operating loss of $418 million, compared to a loss of $233 billion a year ago.

The whole company had a loss of $194 million ($.09 per share) compared to a loss of $181 million ($.09 per share) in the year-ago period. The others company, such as networking equipment and enterprise mobility units performed better, but not that good.

Looking at different units, we can see why they decided to cut mobile division off.


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