Dennis Woodside, CEO of Motorola, Leaves The Company to Go to Dropbox

After the sale of Motorola to Lenovo we feared changes to Directive dome of the company, and thus has it been formed today. The current CEO of Motorola, Dennis Woodside, He has announced that he will resign from his post at the end of March and that it leaves company to join as COO (Chief of operations) in Dropbox.
Dennis Woodside He has stated that the decision has not been easy, but leaving leave the present and future in good hands. This proud of these past 18 months, creating the X-Moto and Moto G, the two best mobile company, to enter the personalization industry, bringing quality and performance unprecedented at a low-cost smartphone, and to create new ways to interact with Smartphones.
Dennis Woodside joined Google in 2003, holding different positions within the company until mid-2012, where he was appointed as CEO of Motorola after the purchase of Google. It will now be working as COO of Dropbox.
To ensure the future of the company and the transition to Lenovo, Dennis Woodside reports that from 1 April Jonathan Rosenberg will be the Director of operations of Motorola. Jonathan Rosenberg is currently working on Google and was Senior Vice President de Productos de Google from 2002 to 2011.
Also reports to the Director of Google business, Nikesh Arora, will continue to be the Executive President of the Council of Motorola, and will continue to oversee the company’s strategy.