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 March 28, 2021.
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Amazon issued a rare apology Friday night, stepping back from comments made on Twitter last week in a response to Rep. Read More
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates hinted at a SPAC bubble, noting in an interview with CNBC on Friday that hell be avoiding low-quality special purpose acquisition companies which are guiding companies into the public markets too soon. Read More
Until theres a credible, durable solution to crime and homelessness in the downtown core, I think Seattle will have a hard time luring tech companies back. Read More
The news: Amazon expects most U.S. corporate office workers back in the office by early fall, the company said in a memo to employees Wednesday. Read More
Amazon is getting some help in its efforts to beat back a unionization movement at one of its fulfillment centers in Bessemer, Ala. Read More
Nothing like a little current events mixed in with your video game play. Read More
As GeekWire reported earlier Wednesday, Amazon is headed back to the office after letting people work from home for the past year. Read More
The news:Common Room, a year-old startup based in Seattle, is coming out of stealth mode in a big way. Read More
The debate over how much Amazon pays in federal income tax is heating up yet again. Read More
Funko is taking the popularity of its pop-culture collectibles into the future and embracing the hysteria around NFTs. Read More