Now that the former headquarters of Motorola Mobility in Libertyville is up for sale, who’s likely to buy it?Before we think about it - consider first that the most recent vacancy rate for similar office space in Libertyville is 28.7 percent - almost twice as high as in the city.That’s b
Motorola Mobility joined the ranks of other companies fleeing the suburbs for downtown when it announced Thursday that the company will move all 3,000 workers from the Libertyville campus to the upper floors of Chicago's Merchandise Mart.
The white-lettered "Santa Fe" sign atop the landmark Santa Fe Building could vanish--refaced with signage touting the building's newest tenant, Motorola, under a permit request being weighed later this week by city officials.
Suburban-based Motorola is settling a years-long securities fraud lawsuit brought by company shareholders.Motorola Solutions has agreed to pay $200 million to settle a class action lawsuit investors brought against the company in August 2007.
I still remember the first cell phone at my house. An early Motorola, it came in a bag about the size of a Kleenex box that held the battery. A few years earlier, I had typed my first computer commands on the keyboard of an Apple IIe.
Chicago continues to prove itself as a city to be reckoned with on the technology front. Companies like Groupon, GrubHub and Motorola raised the city's tech-moxie profile but the next generation of tech start-ups was the focus at TechWeek.