Motorola Earning Numbers
By Fred Salva

A few days ago Motorola has shared its quarterly earnings reports. While there are both ? good and bad news, we will try to figure out why and how Motorola has managed to appear in situation like this. So, the company reported total net revenues of $3.3 billion. Almost the same amount was earned during the previous quarter, so, nothing to be surprised with. But it was 11% rise up if compared to the previous year that seems to be nice but $32 million loss in GAAP net make this rise not that exciting. While the numbers mentioned above are not that striking, they are still better than Q2's loss of $56 million in addition to more than half ($18 million) of the losses were attributed to expenses from the Google acquisition. Mobile device revenues are up 20 percent year-over-year and 11.6 million devices were shipped, including 4.8 million smart-phones and 100,000 Xoom tablets. What really makes me feel confused is why Motorola does not expand its influence in post Soviet countries like Ukraine and Russia. While reading different forums (ours in particular) I?ve found out that lots of people are surprised why Motorola does not ship Motorola Droid smart-phone in heir countries and there is no way they can expect getting the latest Motorola RAZR device even despite its freshest release. Well, there is a possibility to grab one but, unofficially, of course. So, maybe, Motorola folks will try to change their shipment policy and will ship smart-phone in a few more countries. This should definitely bring them profits.






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