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Fielden Funeral Home

Fielden Funeral Home
910 Churchview Street
New Market, TN 37820
Phone: (865) 475-3468
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Robert W. Galvin, Who Led Motorola Into the Modern Age, Dies at 89

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
The keys to success, he often said, were the foresight to exploit new markets; diversified, high-quality product lines; and progressive management. He practiced them by giving priority to new technologies, moving into Asian and European markets, enforcing quality controls and customer-satisfaction goals, and establishing early profit-sharing plans for employees. In the three decades after Mr. Galvin took control in the late 1950s, annual sales leaped to $10.8 billion from $290 million. Motorola, based in Schaumburg, Ill., built factories, hired thousands of workers, expanded its products and set high standards for innovation. Wall Street applauded, employees pitched in, and Mr. Galvin was often compared to leaders of I.B.M., General Electric and other corporate giants. There were mistakes. Motorola began making color TV sets in 1957, before color programs were widely available (although it brought them back in the 1960s to set an industry standard). The company gave up too soon on flat-screen computers, and it squandered billions on a satellite communications system that could not compete with ground-based technologies. But Mr. Galvin was the force behind a company that forged trends in radio, television and integrated circuits for computers a... (New York Times)

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