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Week in Review: Most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of Feb. 25, 2024



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 Feb. 25, 2024.

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Most popular stories on GeekWire

Expedia Group expects about 1,500 roles to be impacted, primarily in its Product & Technology division, under an operational review announced in an internal memo to the online travel giant’s employees from CEO Peter Kern today. … Read More

When a spreadsheet gets big, your computer can get slow. … Read More

Pharma giant Pfizer, fresh off its $43 billion acquisition of Seagen, said it will shut down construction on a new 270,000 square-foot manufacturing facility Seagen was building north of Seattle near its headquarters. … Read More

Venture capital firms and longtime tech execs are making a bet on Codified, a new startup out of Seattle that aims to help companies get a better handle on how to manage internal data access standards. … Read More


Pacific Drive is a survival game where your car’s survival is more important than yours. … Read More

BELLEVUE, Wash. — At precisely 2 p.m. Pacific time on a recent Monday afternoon, employees of the technology startup Statsig were alerted to their regular standup meeting not by a notification on their screens, or a buzzing of their devices, but by the sound of engineering lead Marcos Arribas tapping the taut surface of one of several musical instruments specially designated for the purpose. … Read More

Glowforge, the Seattle-based maker of 3D laser engravers, has been tangled in a legal dispute with a Las Vegas man who claimed online for years that the startup is selling defective and dangerous machines. … Read More

Asha Sharma is headed back to Seattle full-time for a new role leading product for Microsoft’s AI platform. … Read More

Amazon has been sued by David Goggins, the author, endurance athlete, motivational speaker, and former Navy SEAL, on allegations that the company knowingly allowed the sale of fake versions of his books and other products. … Read More

Kineta announced Thursday that it is laying off 64% of its workforce, or seven employees — including its CEO Shawn Iadonato — as it undergoes a restructuring process. … Read More

Source: Geek Wire


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