The revolving door keeps turning at Motorola as the flailing handset maker announced two more senior executive changes.
Larry Raymond has replaced Steve Strobel as treasurer. Raymond was with Sears Roebuck for more than 20 years, ending as vice president and treasurer for his last five years there. Most recently, Raymond was managing director of Oceanus Capital. Strobel was with Motorola for five years.
Also, Stephen Nolan will replace Mike Fenger as head of mobile devices in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); most recently Nolan was vice president of sales for Continental Europe. Motorola said in a statement: “Nolan and the EMEA team will continue to focus on optimizing key customer relationships, leveraging our distributor/enterprise channels and ensuring coordinated country sell-through.” Fenger, according to the company, has left the company to pursue other opportunities.
“The recent leadership changes are part of an overall plan to swiftly transform the senior executive team,” the company statement continued.
Since Greg Brown replaced Ed Zander earlier this year, the company has undergone continued changes in the top ranks, replacing the head of finance, human resources, marketing and most recently letting the head of its failing handset unit go.