Motorola replaces two more executives

Motorola replaced treasurer Steve Strobel and EMEA head of mobile devices Mike Fenger over the weekend. Larry Raymond will take over Strobel's position as treasurer of the company, while Stephen Nolan is stepping in to take on the EMEA handset chief position. Nolan previously served as the VP of sales for Motorola in continental Europe. The executive shuffle is just the latest shake-up for the company, which lost CEO Ed Zander and CTO Padmasree Warrior late last year. Under new CEO Greg Brown's watch, the head of finance, head of human resources and other senior executives have been replaced.

For more on Motorola's new executives:
- read this article from WSJ (sub. req.)

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