Now that Motorola (NYSE: MOT) has made its break-up plans public, it’s clear it won’t be completed without a number of painful decisions.
Under consideration is whether Motorola’s handset business should move from its Chicago-area headquarters to California to be closer to a stronger work pool. In addition, long-time Motorola exec Dan Moloney has resigned to head Technitrol, a small electronic-parts manufacturer, the WSJ reports.
The plan includes turning the company into two publicly traded companies. One will include the mobile devices and home businesses, and the other will include its enterprise mobility solutions and networks businesses. Motorola