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Exclusive: Motorola Looking To Exit Wireless Lan Business - Sources

President Barack Obama and other CEOs at the White House in Washington February 5, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Joshua Roberts By read more Nadia Damouni, Soyoung Kim and Nicola Leske NEW YORK | Fri Oct 18, 2013 6:35pm EDT NEW YORK (Reuters) - Motorola Solutions Inc is exploring the sale of its underperforming wireless LAN business, which has grappled with declining share in a market dominated by rivals such as Cisco Systems Inc, people familiar with the matter said. An exit from the wireless LAN market would come as Motorola, the provider of data communications and telecommunications equipment, seeks to focus on its core government and public safety division. Motorola Solutions, which succeeded Motorola Inc following the spin-off of the mobile phones business into Motorola Mobility in 2011, provides communication services for the U.S. government and other enterprise customers.
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Small Business: Targeting mailers to save on postage

Should the price of postage rise in 2014, "We tell clients to mail smarter." This includes targeting your audience better so that you're sending the right message to the right people, he says. No room for waste There should be no wasted mailers, says Greg Demetriou, president of Lorraine Gregory Corp., a Farmingdale-based marketing communications company. Budgets are tight, and the proposed increases are another "roadblock to some people that want to use the mail," he says. While the Web and email marketing side of his business has grown, the firm has seen a 20 percent drop in postal mail volume since 2010. Demetriou attributes the decline to postage increases, the economy and the Internet.
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