Ryan Rusnak co-founded Airspace Technologies in January. As a technology-enabled logistics service provider, Rusnak has guided the organization to integrate technology, people, and services through an automated software platform.
Jerome Fodor joined AbacusNext in 2013 and led the strategic technology development of Abacus Private Cloud from concept to commercialization, building one of the largest commercially available private clouds for legal and accounting professionals.
Ryan Fay has demonstrated exceptional IT leadership that has contributed to the EAP company’s growth, client retention, and industry innovation.
Brad Williams directs all customer service functions for Petco, a global organization, which includes managing the operations and engineering team for IT end user services to more than 25,000 employees and contractors worldwide.
Michael Hawman is CIO of General Atomics and its affiliates, which are among the world’s leading resources for high-technology systems ranging from the nuclear fuel cycle to electromagnetic systems, remotely operated surveillance aircraft, airborne sensors, and advanced electronic, wireless, and laser technologies.
Teradata is a global provider of data warehousing and analytics solutions, with annual revenue of about $2.5 billion.
Hudson Airom is responsible for Mitek Systems Inc.’s critical access to cloud resources. Mitek Systems Inc. is a San Diego-based cloud consulting company, so it is essential that they operate on high speed with the capability to develop and improve products and services.
Its new, 7,600-square-foot office is in the historic Wonder Bread building near Petco Park.
PHARMA: Co. Transforms After Weight-Loss Flop
Arena Pharmaceuticals’ weight-loss drug flopped a few years ago, signaling a bleak future. That is, if you ignored Arena’s shelved compounds.
Product Liability Becomes Focus, Legal Services May Be a Bigger Market Than They Are Today
Embracing an emerging field of law, the Tyson & Mendes civil litigation firm has launched a practice aimed at defending the insurers and manufacturers of self-driving cars.
INNOVATION: Potential For Abuses Is Huge as Machines Make Decisions
In the near future, attorneys and the court system will be challenged to sort out who is liable when products equipped with artificial intelligence cause harm to persons or property.
Mobile Industrial Robots (MIR) announced the opening of an office in San Diego, led by Nicholas Temple, which marks the company’s second office in the U.S.
The utility donated a $131,600 to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Foundation and another $32,000 to the San Diego Regional Fire Foundation.
Doug Jackson moves into the top post. Company co-founders Jeff Goldberg and Tanner Haigwood continue to serve on the board of directors as stewards of the company.
Accelerator Life Science Partners, a life science investment and management firm, has opened a San Diego office at The Alexandria at Torrey Pines.
Groups aim to increase investor interest in Southern California region.
The inaugural cohort of the new San Diego accelerator program for women-led startups is nearing the end of the 12-week program.
TECH: Highly Touted in 2016, KnuEdge Cites Lack of Funds
A San Diego company that emerged from stealth mode with $100 million nearly two years ago after a decade of developing artificial intelligence technologies may be forced to close due to a lack of funds.
Former film executive Sherry Lansing, who led Paramount and Fox motion picture studios, has been named to The Scripps Research Institute board.