Dills appointed as LinQuest CEO; ServiceTitan hires CMO; SpaceX completes Space Station test docking

LinQuest Corp. Names New Chief Executive Officer

Timothy Dills, former head of Va.-based Scitor, is the new Chief Executive Officer of Ladera Heights-based military satellite engineering firm LinQuest Corp., according to the Business Journal. LinQuest was acquired in May 2018 by private equity firms Madison Dearborn Partners, based in Chicago, and CoVant Management in McLean, Va. Dills will be based in LinQuest’s Chantilly, Va., office.

ServiceTitan Hires Former Sony Marketing Executive

Glendale-based home services software developer ServiceTitan Inc. tapped Guy Longworth, former marketing officer for accounting software developer Intuit, to be its first Chief Marketing Officer. Longworth also served as vice president of marketing at Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc.’s PlayStation division, and boasts over 30 years of sales and marketing experience, according to Socaltech.

SpaceX Craft Docks at International Space Station

SpaceX’s test Crew Dragon vehicle launched and docked safely March 3 (without crew members) at the International Space Station, another step towards a crewed launch to the ISS that is slated to take place “later this year or in early 2020,” ArsTechnica reports. The last time NASA used the docking port on the Space Station to receive crew members was in August 2011, during the final space shuttle mission of the Atlantis craft.

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