Lenovo loses Motorola head amid major reorganisation

Friday 18 March 2016 | 10:51 CET | News
Lenovo has started a major reorganisation process, realigning divisions and shuffling executives. The company said the moves, which include losing Motorola Mobility head Rick Osterloh, will drive stronger innovation, make more customer-centric products and experiences and grow faster. All changes will become effective on 1 April.

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Companies: Lenovo / Motorola Mobility
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