Motorola loses another executive: CMO Keller

The latest executive to depart Motorola is chief marketing officer Kenneth Keller, who resigned last Friday. Keller joined the Motorola in October 2006 after a long stint marketing Heinz ketchup and Pringles chips. The news is just the latest blow to the company, which has recently shopped around its handset business and talked to Nortel about merging its networks business.

Late last year Motorola CEO Ed Zander resigned and CTO Padmasree Warrior left a few days later.  

For more on Keller's resignation:
- read this article from WSJ (sub. req.)

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