Get caught up on the latest technology and startup news from the past week. Here are the most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of Aug. 7, 2022.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
Back in 2018, GeekWire published a list of women investors based in the Pacific Northwest who were writing checks to help startups grow. … Read More
Marble, a Seattle startup building software-enabled rental management systems for smaller landlords, raised $2 million. … Read More
Avalara, a publicly-traded Seattle tax software company founded in 2004, is going private again in a $8.4 billion deal with Vista Equity Partners. … Read More
The news: Yoodli, a Seattle startup with an AI-enabled software platform that analyzes speech to offer tips for improving communication skills, raised $6 million. … Read More
“As we manage through this period, we will continue to invest in future growth while maintaining intense focus on operational excellence and execution discipline.” — Amy Hood, Microsoft chief financial officer, July 2022. … Read More
Imagine you’re playing Shrapnel, a first-person shooter due in late 2024 from Seattle game studio Neon. … Read More
— Pet sitting marketplace Rover appointed Charlie Wickers to chief financial officer. … Read More
Anthony Fauci, President Biden’s chief medical advisor and a leader of the country’s COVID-19 response, made a pit stop in Seattle for a fireside chat at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center and to throw the first pitch at Tuesday night’s Mariners game. … Read More
Hootsuite told employees on Tuesday that it would lay off 30% of its staff, becoming the latest tech company to reduce costs and extend runway amid the broader market downturn. … Read More
A new regulatory filing details Amazon’s behind-the-scenes talks for One Medical, leading up to the Seattle tech giant’s agreement to acquire the primary care company for $3.9 billion, announced by the companies July 21. … Read More