HP's Bradley is the favored candidate for Motorola post

Motorola has narrowed its search for the new CEO of its Mobile Devices unit to two candidates--an unnamed telecom executive and Hewlett Packard executive Tom Bradley. Bradley, who runs HP's personal computer division, is reportedly the favored candidate.  Avian Securities telecom analyst Matt Thornton said in a research note that Bradley is considered a strong candidate considering his experience managing a consumer-centric technology businesses.  Article. (sub. req.)

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