Week in Review: Most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of April 24, 2022


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 April 24, 2022.

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Most popular stories on GeekWire

Get your popcorn ready. Jeff Bezos just made his first public comments about Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter in a bold way, surfacing a tweet from New York Times reporter Mike Forsythe highlighting Musk’s connections to China via Tesla, which has rising sales and is increasing production capacity in the country. … Read More

Amazon added warehouse space faster than it ultimately needed in response to the challenges of the pandemic, outpacing consumer sales and resulting in an extra $2 billion in costs in the first quarter. … Read More

— Rajeev Rajan, who most recently led engineering efforts in Seattle for Meta, is joining Atlassian in May as the company’s new chief technology officer. … Read More

PITTSBURGH — It would have been fun for me if Amazon’s HQ2 had ended up here, not only for the intriguing storylines but for the excuse to visit more often. … Read More

Amazon Go is growing beyond its traditional urban footprint, ushering in a new era for the high-tech, physical convenience stores with the opening Tuesday of the company’s first suburban location. … Read More

There are a lot of guides and blog posts for founders that provide advice on what to do as a leader of an early-stage startup. … Read More

Streaming video subscriptions might be more disposable than imagined, but the juggernaut of cloud infrastructure and enterprise services is another matter entirely. … Read More

Update, Thursday afternoon: Amazon stock sinks 10% after Q1 earnings as costs rise amid inflation, supply chain pressure Amazon is facing rising costs, unionization efforts by warehouse employees, and a tight labor market. … Read More

Continued growth in Microsoft’s cloud business boosted its quarterly revenue to $49.4 billion, up 18%, with profits of $16.7 billion, up 8%, beating Wall Street’s expectations with earnings per share of $2.22. … Read More

When Prudential Financial acquired Seattle-area startup Assurance IQ for $2.35 billion in September 2019, the deal was heralded as one of the largest acquisitions in Seattle tech history. … Read More





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