Motorola's Zander: On Razr's Edge

A third-straight quarter of missed financial targets steps up pressure on the man at the helm of the world's No. 2 handset maker

In January, when Motorola Chief Executive Ed Zander reported figures that missed analysts' estimates, he lamented how matters "can get away from you." Less than two months later, they've slipped even further. Amid sinking performance of his flagship mobile-phone business, Zander on Mar. 21 ratcheted down financial targets for the first quarter and the full year, and announced a dramatic reorganization of top management.

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