As the world continues to pull itself out of the economic downturn that's been lingering around for some time now, Motorola's co-CEOs are doing something that completely shows their concern with the fate of their company. There's no denying how companies are eager in attempting to cut costs in any shape and form – even going to the extent of cutting back pay to some of its employees. Well if you happen to be an employee working for Motorola, you'll probably be surprised with the move that co-CEOs Greg Brown and Sanjay Jha have committed themselves to – they've voluntarily agreed to take a 25 percent pay cut this year. That's probably news to anyone when you consider the fact that Motorola seems like they're on the rebound since launching the Motorola DROID a few months back. In reality, they're just continuing their commitments in salary reductions that were agreed upon back in 2009 before the good times started rolling back. When you look closely at Motorola's proxy statement filed with the SEC recently, the confirmation is written all over that the two high up execs are giving up 25 percent of their salary – both will be making $900,000 as opposed to the $1.2 million they made each back in 2008. It doesn't look like the company, which will separated into two publicly traded divisions
, will have to worry about the future of the company if they continue to remain a standing force in the smartphone market. With the Motorola DROID and MILESTONE capturing the minds of consumers and the speculations
of possibly landing the Nexus Two looming, Motorola stands to be a formidable force in the coming year.