Posts Tagged ‘Raytheon’

DI People: Raytheon, United Way, Omnitracs, Steward Health Name New Execs

Posted by Lance Murray


Roy Azevedo has been named president of the McKinney-based Space and Airborne Systems division of Raytheon effective Sept. 1, the company announced.

“We have entered a period of significant change and opportunity …

Dallas Law Firm, Raytheon Share History with USPTO Patent No. 10 Million

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

U.S. Patent No. 10,000,000 was issued to Raytheon and principal engineering fellow Joseph Marron and was prepared and prosecuted by Texas-based law firm Munck Wilson Mandala. The firm has a Dallas office along with offices in Austin and Marshall, and

Ex-Capital One CIO Joins Naya Ventures as Entrepreneur in Residence

Posted by Lance Murray

Don Goin, a veteran chief information officer and digital leader, has joined Irving-based investment firm Naya Ventures as entrepreneur in residence.

Goin is a former CIO for Capital One, which has a large financial services campus in Plano, and Dallas-based …

On Our Radar: U.S. Army Seeks Home for Military Innovation Office

Posted by Lance Murray

Ten-hut! Municipal leaders across the nation will be at attention when the U.S. Army soon announces a short list of cities that could be the home to the Army Futures Command — sort of a military innovation office.

The Army

Where ‘Big D’ Stands for Digital

Posted by Dave Moore

Presented by The Dallas Regional Chamber

As consumers and business professionals have found computers and smartphones to be essential for the way they live, work, and play, the scuffle among companies to land on home screens has intensified.

Since July …

UTA Student Team Earns
Patent for Smart Bandage

Posted by Lance Murray

A team of University of Texas at Arlington students has received a patent on a smart bandage five years after it won a prestigious award for designing and building the device.

According to a university release, the team, led in …