2. Motorola Mobility Holdings

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Paulson's seventh-largest holding as of the fourth quarter, Motorola Mobility ( MMI), comprises 3.1% of the Paulson & Co. portfolio. The fund increased its position in Motorola by 2 million shares, or 22%, to 11 million shares during the quarter.

Motorola Mobility is also one of Carl Icahn's top holdings, comprising 10.1% of the Icahn Associates portfolio, and the top holding of Farallon Capital Management, which added 1.25 million shares in the quarter for a toal of 11.8 shares.

Stock Overview: Motorola Mobility is a provider of innovative technologies, products and services that enable a broad range of mobile and wireline, digital communication, information and entertainment experiences. It has a market cap of about $12 billion. The stock, which has a short ratio or 1.7, has traded in a 52-week range of $20.77 to $39.81 and closed up 9 cents at $39.75 on Thursday.

Analyst Ratings: Of 27 analysts covering the stock, four rate it a buy, 20 rate it a hold, and three rate it a sell.

More on Motorola Mobility: Motorola was highlighted last month in " 8 Stocks Hitting 52-Week Highs."

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