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If you read this, you might want to send your CV to Mike Torto at rPath.
Mike Torto has been CEO of rPath, a start up enterprise software company since May 2009. He loves his life and is conscious of the life/work balance he has created for himself.
Mike commutes from Boston, Mass to Raleigh, North Carolina where he works! When I read those words in a recent article, my first thought was “What?!! With so many people trying to reduce travel to improve balance in their lives, how is this guy claiming to have a great life balance and enjoy quality time with himself.”
I knew I had to call him to get the story of how he commutes from state to state, enjoys time with his three daughters, speaks at universities and run a start-up technology company.
Peering inside one of his company’s products, Mitch Tyson sees more than just a mesmerizing blue cloud of electrons. He also sees the type of innovation needed to cut energy use by energy-hungry industrial companies. Advanced Electron Beams Inc., based in Wilmington, is one of several local companies helping manufacturers and other industrial customers to substantially reduce their energy needs. The firm’s electron emitter is currently being used to sterilize food and beverage packaging and has a wide range of other potential applications that could save energy for industry, said Tyson, the company’s CEO.
Reveal Imaging Technologies, Inc., a developer of industry-leading threat detection solutions, today announced that the Reveal CT-80DR Explosives Detection System (EDS) participated in the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) Common Evaluation Process of security equipment (CEP) and is the first to pass the new European Union Commission Regulation Standard 3.
A new biofuels technology company, Stellenbosch Biomass Technologies (SBMT) was launched on 2 July in Sandton, South Africa. SBMT, which is associated with Stellenbosch University as a research partner, holds the rights to commercialize and adapt the latest conversion technology developed by USA-based Mascoma Technologies company.