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Motorola Solutions raises quarterly dividend by 11%

Friday 20 November 2020 | 10:53 CET | News
Motorola Solutions said it will be increasing its regular dividend by 11 percent, to USD 0.11 per share. The next quarterly dividend will be payable on 15 January.

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