When Motorola Mobility was plummeting to its doom in 2011, Google rode to the rescue. Now, with massive layoffs and a proposed sale of critical assets, the knight in shining armor seems hellbent on tearing its acquisition to pieces as part of its restructuring process. Is Motorola nothing more a legal hedge for the search giant, or is there a way to recapture the Moto mojo and make the company a mobile leader again?
Motorola used to be cool.
Google has reached the final regulatory hurdle to its $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility, with China approving the transaction over the weekend, and today Motorola Mobility filed an 8-K form that notes that it will close... Read Post
If the proposed acquisition of Motorola Mobility (MMI) by Google announced on Monday truly is about the value of MMI's patent portfolio, then mitigating circumstances over just the past few days may make the $12.5 billion bid seem a... Read Post