SCHAUMBURG, USA: Motorola Inc. announced that the company named Daniel M. Moloney president of its Motorola Mobility business. He joins Motorola Mobility after serving as chief executive officer of a leading electronic component company.
Moloney will oversee Motorola Mobility's Home business as well as the following functional organizations: Supply Chain, IT and Government Affairs. In addition, Moloney will help prepare Motorola Mobility for its launch as an independent, publicly traded company. Moloney will begin in his new role on September 1, 2010 and report to Dr. Sanjay Jha, Co-CEO of Motorola, Inc. and CEO of Motorola Mobility.
"I am delighted that Dan is re-joining Motorola Mobility. He is a seasoned leader with more than 25 years of industry experience," said Jha. "Dan's operational expertise, strategic orientation and strong customer relationships will help continue to position Motorola Mobility for the convergence of mobility, media, consumer computing and the mobile Internet."
"I look forward to this exciting opportunity and to working with Sanjay and Motorola Mobility's leadership team again," said Moloney. "I am confident that together we can capitalize on the opportunities ahead as an independent public company."
"I am also proud to have been part of Technitrol, a company with strong technology and human talent that is well-positioned to take full advantage of high-growth markets. I look forward to my continued role as a member of the Board of Directors," added Moloney.