Motorola mobile shows profit in 3Q after 3 years

Motorola mobile shows profit in 3Q after 3 years

Motorola Mobiles manufacturing companies seems going through their best times with profits appearing in accounting records. First it was Samsung to declare huge profits this year and here comes Motorola next in line. Finally Motorola has come out of the dark phase prevailing since past three years.The Q3 results of Motorola showed good profits with company shipping out a total of 9.1 mobile phones out of which 3.8 million hand sets were smartphones.A total of 22 smartphone entered the market in 2010 and out of them Droid X, Droid 2 and Droid Pro have made a tremendous progress. MING has also shown real good performance in China.Out of the companies total sales of 4.7 billion USD, mobile division accounted for a total of 2 billion USD, which is simply commendable. Out of these 2 billion US dollars, 900 million hails from the US markets which is a hike of 5 per cent as compared to last years third quarter.If the profits are calculated as non-GAAP earnings is accounts to 3 million US dollars only, pretty squeezed. But when the profits are calculated following the GAAP guidelines the result comes out to be a loss of 43 million USD. But the results are still at better position as compared to the one in Q3 2009.the net earnings of the company has stretched up to 109 million USD which is around 10 times the 12 million USD in Q3 of the year 2009.Press Release:Financial Highlights:Third-quarter sales up year-over-year; first growth quarter since fourth quarter of 2006Third-quarter GAAP earnings of .05 per share, compared to GAAP earnings of .01 per share in third quarter of 2009Non-GAAP earnings per share*, including discontinued operations, of .16 compared to .06 per share in third quarter of 2009, exceeding the Company’s guidance of .10 — .12 per shareTotal cash** increased to $ 9.0 billion Mobile Devices sales of $ 2.0 billion; shipped 9.1 million handsets, including 3.8 million smartphones; GAAP operating loss of $ 43 million; non-GAAP operating earnings of $ 3 millionEnterprise Mobility Solutions sales of $ 1.9 billion; GAAP operating earnings of $ 253 million; non-GAAP operating earnings of $ 321 millionHome sales of $ 912 million; GAAP operating earnings of $ 49 million; non-GAAP operating earnings of $ 77 million

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Nfl Tickets — Surprising 2-0 Teams After Week 2

Nfl Tickets — Surprising 2-0 Teams After Week 2
The 2010-11 NFL season is starting to take shape, and there are several surprises already coming out of most divisions in the league. While some hyped teams going into the season such as the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers sit at 0-2 records after Week 2, still others have surprised with their 2-0 winning streaks. Here are some of the most surprising 2-0 teams going into Week 3 of the regular season.

Kansas City Chiefs: No one saw the Chiefs coming when they beat the San Diego Chargers 21-14 in Week 1, and a Week 2 win over the Cleveland Browns pushed Matt Cassel and Co. to an early 2-0 record. Cassel’s passing game has been less than impressive thus far and has to improve dramatically in order for the Chiefs to hang with other undefeated teams like the Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints, but for now the team’s rushing game with Thomas Jones and Jamaal Charles is effective in scoring points for Kansas City. The Chiefs might want to live up that 2-0 record now, though, seeing how they’ve got the Colts, Texans and 49ers to play over the next three weeks.

Chicago Bears: The Bears just barely beat the Detroit Lions in the season opener this year, but their Week 2 win against the Dallas Cowboys was much more respectable in earning them recognition as a 2-0 team. Jay Cutler has been prolific behind the ball thus far, going into Week 3 with a passer rating of 121.2 and racking up 649 passing yards (third highest in the league). He’s a quarterback that football fans will get NFL tickets to see if he keeps up his stellar act behind the ball this season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Bucs have pulled out a couple mediocre wins thus far this season, coming up ahead of the Cleveland Browns and Carolina Panthers in the first two games. Granted, these two teams aren’t nearly the toughest in the league, and the Bucs now have their work cut out for them in remaining an undefeated team much further. Tampa’s Week 3-6 games are against the Steelers, Bengals and Saints, so this stretch of early games will put Josh Freeman and Co. to the test.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Pittsburgh’s ‘Steel Curtain’ defense has only given up 20 points in the team’s first two games of the season, making the Steelers a legitimate contender to stay undefeated past Week 2. Pittsburgh beat the Atlanta Falcons and Tennessee Titans in getting to a 2-0 record, and even without Ben Roethlisberger at the helm the Steelers are on a roll. Just imagine how good they could be when he returns.

Miami Dolphins: Wins over the Bills and Vikings have the Dolphins sitting pretty atop the tough AFC East with a 2-0 record, and this Miami team actually looks convincing. The Dolphins annihilated Brett Favre and the Minnesota offense in Week 2, earning the respect of the league as a storm starts brewing with the Jets and Patriots in the AFC East. The Dolphins play the Jets in Week 3 and will have to really step up in order to stay undefeated and, thus, at the top of the AFC East.

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