Motorola's Market Share Mess

The company's lack of compelling new phones continues to depress market share, which threatens plans to spin off the handset division

Motorola's phones once held so much cachet that mammoth wireless carrier AT&T clamored for the exclusive right to sell the best-selling Razr. This year, AT&T (T) has taken only one new Motorola phone, the Z9 slider.

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