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 May 29, 2022.
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Before enrolling last fall in the University of Washington’s Paul G. … Read More
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges that Amazon breached its contract with Prime members last year when it stopped offering free two-hour delivery on Whole Foods purchases of $35 or more. … Read More
Astronomers have used a cloud-based technique pioneered at the University of Washington to identify and track asteroids in bunches of a hundred or more. … Read More
One of Amazon’s longtime leaders, Worldwide Consumer CEO Dave Clark, is leaving the company to pursue unspecified “other opportunities” in an abrupt exit from the tech giant’s executive ranks. … Read More
If you work for Tesla and you’ve been doing that job from home since the pandemic started, be wary if there’s a knock at the door. … Read More
Amazon hosted New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Friday at its Seattle headquarters, where she met with Amazon Web Services CEO Adam Selipsky. … Read More
Brian Hook joined Seattle startup Mason as chief technology officer after nearly eight years at Meta. … Read More
With fears of an economic hurricane approaching the U.S. … Read More
After announcing plans last summer to build its manufacturing facility in California, Sana Biotechnology has changed course. … Read More
Conceding that the rise of labor unions in tech may ultimately reach its own business, Microsoft released a new set of principles acknowledging the rights of its employees to organize, pledging to work constructively with any who do, and making it clear that it hopes they won’t feel the need. … Read More