The Bleeding Continues At Motorola
The hemorrhaging of executives continued at Motorola today, with news that the company's Chief Technology Officer will be joining the CEO in departing the company.
Padmasree Warrior, the company's highest-ranking woman, and one of the highest ranking Indian-American women in the tech industry, has left the company, reportedly to take a position as the CTO of Cisco. All mentions of Warrior were removed from the company website late on Monday.
Motorola — the high-tech manufacturer perhaps best known for their popular line of cellular phones — has been bleeding top executive talent recently, including the recent announcement that CEO Ed Zander will leave before the beginning of 2008.
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