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Rick Osterloh is the new President and COO of Motorola Mobility

Motorola Mobility announces their new President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) in position, where he has already taken his respective duties, from the dates of 9th April, 2014, reporting to the Motorola Operating Board at Google, Inc. until the Chinese Lenovo's acquisition over the company is complete.

Rick Osterloh is originally from Silicon Valley, United States, where he joined Motorola seven years back in, 2007, when Motorola acquired Good, as the firm's manager of product and engineering teams. He has been a familiar face to the company since then and has been leading all the product management and helping define Motorola's 'go forward' strategy, for the past two years. Rick was also a part of Skype, until Microsoft showed interest in that particular technology.

"I believe that Rick’s appointment provides the focused leadership and business continuity needed to steer the organization into the future, and I look forward to continuing in my role as Google liaison and advisor to Motorola through the transition period supporting Rick," said Jonathan Rosenberg, the former COO of Motorola Mobility, as he was appointed in that position, days back on 1st of April, 2014, as Dennis Woodside left for Dropbox's Chief Operating Officer's designation.

Source: Motorola