Abstract: Headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois US , Motorola Inc is a global leader in providing integrated communications and embedded electronic solutions. The company maintained its leadership position in areas such as: Broadband Embedded electronic products Automotive communications Wireless technologies. Motorola is known for its innovation in communication and for delivering next-generation communication solutions to consumers and businesses. In the s, Motorola dominated the mobile handset industry globally with the highest market share. Later, Nokia overtook it, when Motorola delayed making the transition from analogue to digital phones and spent heavily on expensive, full-featured phones.
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Spin-offs are increasingly being used by companies as a method of restructuring in order to increase shareholder value and to improve focus on their core business. In the wake of these developments, Motorola, the third largest mobile phone manufacturer announced the spin-off of its handset business. This case study sheds light on the role played by spin-offs in improving the performance of a company. It also focuses on circumstances which led Motorola to consider the spin-off decision. What are the possible reasons for the spin-off announcement?
Warren Buffet once said that when a manager with a great turnaround reputation encounters a company with a reputation for dysfunctionality, it is the company that will keep its reputation. Warren Buffet once said that when a manager with a great turnaround reputation encounters a company with a reputation for dysfunction, it is the company that will keep its reputation. So it was with some sadness that I saw Motorola bow to investor Carl Icahn's demands that the company be split.