Google has selected Dennis Woodside to head Motorola Mobility, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. Woodside was most recently President the Americas region at Google. Previous rumors had Nikesh Arora, Google’s SVP and Chief Business Officer, pegged to be CEO of Motorola, with Woodside replacing Arora following his appointment. According to his LinkedIn profile, Woodside has been an employee at Google since 2003.

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