Two top executives at Motorola have departed ways with the company. The moves come amid the downward spiral the company is facing currently.
Kenneth C. Keller Jr. left the company last Friday (Feb. 29th). Motorola waited till yesterday to break the news of Mr. Kellerâ€™s departure. He had been the Chief Marketing Officer since October 2006 and is not being replaced as of now instead, his two former deputies, Eduardo Conrado and Jeremy Dale, will be reporting to the presidents of their divisions. Conrado handles the marketing for Motorolaâ€™s business-to-business products while Dale oversees the mobile device sector of the company.
Stu Reed, the now-former president of Motorolaâ€™s Mobile Devices business, is the second executive to leave within a week. As of now there is no word on who will be filling Mr. Reedâ€™s position.Before Mr. Reed was president, he had helped Motorola in transferring their supply chain organization, new product introduction, manufacturing and customer fulfillment along with creating significant cost savings by consolidating suppliers.