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MOTOROLA INC. EXECUTIVES REARRANGE TOP POSITIONS

An executive shuffle is taking place at Motorola Inc.

In the company’s annual report for 1996, Hector Ruiz is titled executive vice president of Motorola Inc., and president of the Semiconductor Products Sector, located in Mesa, Ariz.

Ruiz currently is executive vice president and general manager of the Messaging Systems Product Group.

Succeeding Ruiz is Frank Lloyd, previously senior vice president and general manager for MSPG.

Ruiz and Floyd will assume their new posts in the next few weeks.

Motorola’s MSPG includes the Advanced Messaging Group, Paging Products Group, Derivative Technologies Division and Core Technology Systems Division.

Ruiz joined Motorola 20 years ago as an operations manager for the company’s Semiconductor Products Group CMOS and NMOS manufacturing facility in Scotland.

He returned to the United States in 1980, where he assumed increasing responsibilities within Motorola’s semiconductor operations in Arizona and Austin, Texas. Ruiz joined messaging systems in 1991, as senior vice president and general manager. At the time, the messaging systems operation was called Paging Products Group and was located in Boynton Beach, Fla. Last year, the group relocated its headquarters to Fort Worth, Texas, and changed its name. Ruiz became MSPG executive vice president three years ago.

In 1973, Lloyd started working in Motorola’s Communications Division of the Data Products Group, where he worked in software development for computer-aided dispatch systems.

Since that time, he has held a number of senior level positions in the Paging Products Group, including jobs in the Americas and international paging divisions, the Private Paging division and Paging Systems division.

Motorola has not announced publicly who will be appointed to Lloyd’s previous position.

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