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 8, 2022.
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Former Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and singer/entertainer Ciara have galloped off to Denver where Wilson now plays for the Broncos, but the couple is continuing the Seattle-area expansion of their fashion store The House of LR&C. … Read More
Jeff Bezos is never shy about sharing his love for his parents on social media, thanking them for the inspiration and support they have provided in his life. … Read More
Jonathan Burstein, who co-founded voice technology startup Jargon and made a lasting impact at Seattle-area tech companies including Microsoft, Amazon, Zillow and Remitly, was an intuitive and empathetic engineer, angel investor and entrepreneur with a knack for generating creative solutions to problems. … Read More
Bill Gates revealed Tuesday that he has tested positive for COVID-19, more than two years into a pandemic that the Microsoft co-founder has dedicated himself to better understanding and fighting. … Read More
Seagen CEO Clay Siegall was arrested in the early hours of April 23 at his home and charged with a fourth degree domestic violence gross misdemeanor, according to police records obtained by GeekWire. … Read More
Seattle and Washington state have a lot to crow about when it comes to the innovation economy, including disproportionately large technology employment and R&D investment compared to many other states. … Read More
Clay Siegall, the CEO, president, and chairman of Bothell, Wash.-based biotech giant Seagen, is taking a leave of absence as the company investigates allegations of domestic violence. … Read More
— James Phillips is stepping down as president of financial services at Stripe, just one month after joining the company. … Read More
Bill Gates helped cut the ribbon Monday afternoon at a new Seattle-area manufacturing facility for vaccines built by Inventprise, a biotech company supported with funds from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. … Read More
Community. It felt good to say it and hear it, and it felt even better to see it in action on Thursday in Seattle as the tech community gathered for the GeekWire Awards in person for the first time in three years. … Read More