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Google's Woodside said to be hired as Dropbox's new COO

Shortly after Lenovo's acquisition of Motorola Mobility, the phone-maker's CEO is reportedly stepping down to become the operating chief of Dropbox.

By February 12, 2014


Woodside moves forward on Jobs' demo permit

Town council votes almost unanimously to advance process relating to Apple CEO's plans to tear down a dilapidated 1935 mansion to make room for a smaller, modern home.

By May 13, 2009


Android KitKat coming to Moto X in 'weeks,' says Motorola CEO

Dennis Woodside confirmed on Wednesday that Moto X users won't be stuck with Jelly Bean for long.

By November 13, 2013


Surprise! The $179 Moto G hits the US early

CNET talks to Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside about his hopes for the low-cost Moto G, and why the higher-end Moto X is like a Corvette.

By November 26, 2013


Motorola Moto X phone is real, and it's coming this summer

Motorola's heavily rumoured Moto X phone is real and it's coming this summer, the mobile maker's CEO Dennis Woodside has revealed.

By May 30, 2013


Moto X smartphone is real and will be launched by October

Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside said the entire product line would be revamped this summer and fall, and the Moto X would be manufactured in the U.S.

By May 29, 2013


Google officially closes $12.5 billion Motorola Mobility deal

The long wait is finally over. Google CEO Larry Page says Dennis Woodside, a "long-time Googler," will take over atop Motorola Mobility.

By May 22, 2012


Google to replace Motorola CEO, says report

Dennis Woodside, Google's former head of ad sales in the Americas and overseer of the Google-Motorola merger, is close to replacing Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha, says Bloomberg.

By February 23, 2012


Fisker Karma hybrid combusts, spontaneously

In Woodside, Calif., the owner of a Fisker Karma hybrid pops into the grocery store. When she emerges again, her car, ma, has gone south and her Karma is in flames.

By August 14, 2012


Dropbox grows leadership team with Condoleezza Rice

At first glance, it seems like an unusual choice. But the cloud storage service is trying to grow its international presence, which is something a former US Secretary of State should know how to do.

By April 9, 2014