"Woodside joined Google in 2003 and was tasked with helping manage the search giant’s relationships with partners and advertisers internationally. He became the CEO of Motorola Mobility when the company was acquired by Google in 2011. Of course, Google just sold its Motorola Mobility unit to Lenovo last month for $3 billion, meaning that Woodside’s rein at Google would be coming to an end.Dropbox hires Motorola CEO, 10-year Google veteran Dennis Woodside as chief operating officer | 9to5Google
"At Dropbox, Woodside will be the business veteran of the team, working under chief executive Drew Houston chief technology officer, Arash Ferdowsi. Dropbox has reportedly been slowing down in terms of growth, with its sales slowing and questions being raised about whether it is profitable or not. Woodside will certainly have his hands full at Dropbox."
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Dropbox hires Motorola CEO, 10-year Google veteran Dennis Woodside as chief operating officer | 9to5Google
Probably not the outcome Larry Page had in mind