James Brown Fisk (August 30, 1910 – August 10, 1981) was once president of Bell Labs from 1959 to 1973.
He was once born on August 30, 1910 in West Warwick, Rhode Island.
He gained his levels from Massachusetts Institute of Era, his Ph.D. dissertation was once entitled “The Scattering of Electrons from Molecules.” He joined Bell Laboratories in 1939, accepting “the invitation of Mervin Kelly to enroll in Bell Laboratories.” He moved to vice-president of analysis in 1954. Already it was once obvious that Fisk’s early, deep passion in engineering programs and expression of recent wisdom in makeable and useable running techniques could be widely exercised within the built-in Bell Methods. Accordingly, in 1955 he was once elected government vice-president in control of all medical and technical methods at Bell Laboratories.  He headed Bell Labs from 1959 to 1973. In 1973, a 12 months prior to his retirement, Fisk become chairman of the board of Bell Laboratories.