Motorola's President of Mobile Devices quits
Stuart Reed, head of mobile devices for Motorola resigns, departure is 'Effective immediately'
Stuart Reed, former president of Motorola’s Mobile Devices division, has decided to leave the company effective immediately.
His decision was announced in a press release from Motorola over the week-end.
Greg Brown, president and chief executive officer of Motorola, said: "We appreciate Stu's many contributions to Motorola and wish him the best in the future.”
Before Reed became president of Mobile Devices he led the transformation of the manufacturing, customer care, procurement, product introduction and distribution that made up Motorola’s supply chain. By consolidating suppliers and implementing a comprehensive supply chain strategy, Reed was able to achieve significant cost savings.
Reed’s resignation comes barely 24 hours after Casey Keller, Motorola’s Chief Marketing Officer, also decided to quit the company. Motorola spokespeople have stated they’re not going to replace Casey, but will in fact move his responsibilities down to his staff.