The head of Google-owned maker Motorola, Dennis Woodside, announced that he is leaving the smartphone maker to become chief operating officer at the online storage firm Dropbox. ||| San Francisco - The head of Google-owned maker Motorola,...Show More Summary
Dennis Woodside, the chief executive of Motorola, which Google is selling, will become Dropbox's first chief operating officer as it tries to become a grown-up company.
Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside Dennis Woodside, a ten-year Google veteran who most recently served as CEO of its Motorola Mobility unit, will be moving to cloud-storage service Dropbox as its first chief operating officer. Google recently...Show More Summary
Under Dennis Woodside's leadership Motorola made great products and lost a lot of money, but now he's out the door. Lenovo wants to stop the losses, but will Moto still have the talent to do it?
Dennis Woodside, who served as the CEO of Motorola while it was under Google's ownership, announced plans to leave the company next month. Woodside will step down on March 31. Google's Jonathan Rosenberg will step in as COO at Motorola Mobility as of April 1. Show More Summary
It's official: Former Googler heading to Dropbox as COO Following reports from The Wall Street Journal yesterday, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has announced that he'll be leaving his post at the end of March. As reported by the WSJ last night, Woodside will join cloud storage firm Dropbox as COO. Show More Summary
Not that we had serious doubts about the Wall Street Journal's report, but it's nice to get confirmation of Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside's departure. Less than two years after taking over the position from Sanjay Jha, who ran the company before the...
Motorola CEO and long-time Google employee Dennis Woodside is leaving the company for Dropbox. This news comes at a hectic time for the two companies in question. Motorola, still new to Google, was sold last month to Lenovo for a …
Just several weeks after Google announced it was selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo, Motorola's CEO, Dennis Woodside announced he's going to Dropbox. Woodside will become the COO of Dropbox, which recently received a funding round of...Show More Summary
Lenovo may be getting Motorola’s handset business after buying the company from Google for around $3 billion, but it won’t be getting the company’s current CEO Dennis Woodside – the 10 year Google veteran will depart both companies for Dropbox, where he’ll be its new Chief Operating Officer. Show More Summary
Dropbox is fighting hard to win the enterprise cloud storage market, and Dennis Woodside may have the experience it needs to head up that effort.
(Reuters) - Private cloud storage company Dropbox Inc plans to name Google Inc GOOG.O executive Dennis Woodside, CEO of Motorola Mobility, as its first Chief Operating Officer. Jonathan Rosenberg, the former head of product management at Google, will b...
Dennis Woodside will have $350 million to spend when he lands in his new role as chief operating officer at Dropbox.
Executive departures (voluntary and otherwise) aren't uncommon after major acquisitions, and that may well be true for Lenovo's deal to acquire Motorola's cellphone business from Google. The Wall Street Journal claims that Motorola CEO Dennis...
Dropbox has landed former Google employee Dennis Woodside as its first COO, Douglas MacMillan at the Wall Street Journal reports. Woodside was most recently CEO of Motorola. Google sold Motorola to Lenovo, after Motorola failed to gain any traction. Show More Summary
Woodside leaves behind 10 years at Google and a short stint at Motorola to be the first COO of the cloud storage company Following tightly on the announcement that Motorola will be acquired by Lenovo, CEO of Motorola Dennis Woodside is ready to step down from the company. Show More Summary
Dennis Woodside, who ran Google’s Motorola division until its sale last month, is leaving for a high-profile as chief operating officer at Dropbox.
If you’ve ever had trouble finding a smartphone with just the right specs and screen size, Motorola feels your pain. Dennis Woodside, CEO of the Google-owned hardware maker, told TrustedReviews that customization on future Motorola phones will be more than just cosmetic: “On the more premium side we’re pushing more customisation,” he told us. Show More Summary
Dennis Woodside scours comments about Motorola on tech news sites like Droid Life to get a sense of what consumers are looking for in a smartphone.