Chris Galvin was really the one who hurt the company. His pet project, Iridium, was an abject failure and between the litigation and sale, Mot only got pennies on the dollar for it.
Also, what people here don't know or have forgotten is that Motorola waited far too long to transition from analog to digital. That was also a Chris Galvin failing. They stayed the TDMA course until it was disastrously late. They never really recovered. The Razr was just a short lived blip on the screen.
All of the above being said, back in the late 90s it was a great place to work. I still have at least half a dozen close friends from those days and never worked in a place that I enjoyed more. I miss the people. I don't miss the salary, the politics or the executive management.
I've heard, and I don't know if it's true, that Harry Reid takes it up the kiester from farm animals.