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Saturday, 08 September 2007 07:31

Motorola predicts profit in 2008

Written by David Stellmack

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2007 will remain so-so


Motorola, Inc.
has announced at an analyst meeting that they expect all three Motorola divisions (including the mobile devices unit) to be profitable in 2008.

Motorola has already announced that its mobile devices unit will not be profitable in 2007 and we can blame the weak sales of its Razor phones. The bit moto simply fell behind in the feature race and lost to Nokia, Sony Ericsson and lately even Apple.

Motorola indicated that it does not believe the U.S. government ban on some mobile devices that use chipsets from Qualcomm, Inc. has had a measurable effect on its profitability for the remainder of 2007.

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