Case Study Of Motorola Company
In 1952, Motorola opened its first international subsidiary in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to produce radios and televisions.
However, Motorola was a multinational telecommunications company and as such was working on many projects such as product lines, software, systems, networks, devices, accessories, and services.
A not so popular fact is that the product because of which the company was named Motorola is a car radio.
In 1953, the company established the Motorola Foundation to support leading universities in the United States.