Sanjay K. Jha (born 1963) is the former chairman and chief executive officer of Motorola Mobility and previously served as the co-chief executive officer of Motorola. He stepped down as CEO after Google completed acquisition of Motorola Mobility on 22 May 2012. SanjayJha - Executive Team - Motorola Mobility, Inc
28.10.2011 [New Media Age (subscription)] - SanjayJha, Motorola Mobility CEO, said, “Our third-quarter revenues in mobile devices increased by 20%, driven by continued strong growth in international markets. We are also excited about the proposed merger with Google and continue to make progress
27.10.2011 [Financial Times] - Despite this, revenues from the core mobile devices business increased by 20 per cent to $2.4bn from the year-ago quarter, when the company's management, led by SanjayJha, chief executive, was still struggling to turn the company round following a
13.10.2011 [Financial Times] - “We lost a transformative leader and visionary,” said SanjayJha, chief executive and chairman of Motorola Mobility. The company grew from $290m of annual sales in 1959 when Mr Galvin became chief executive to $10.8bn in 1990 when he stepped down as
06.12.2010 by lamoriycic In a joint statement, Greg Brown, Motorola co-CEO and CEO of Motorola Solutions, and SanjayJha, Motorola co-CEO and CEO of Motorola Mobility, said: "We look forward to taking advantage of the opportunities before us as we begin the new ...
24.10.2011 [ITProPortal] - In just a few days, on October 27th, Motorola's Droid Razr will be available for pre-order; "the world's thinnest 4G LTE smartphone" was announced last week by Motorola Mobility CEO, SanjayJha. The subsidised price for Motorola's new handset is
18.10.2011 [The Next Web (blog)] - The device was introduced by Motorola Mobility CEO SanjayJha. “We can create intuitive hardware and software to help enhance your workout experience,” said Jha, we have created the ultimate fitness device and music player in one.
06.12.2010 by Ranju Chaudhary Effective January 4, 2011, Motorola, Inc. will become two separate companies: Motorola Solutions, Inc. and Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc. Following the split, the company's current co-CEOs, Greg Brown and SanjayJha, will head up ...