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 Nov. 19, 2023.
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The OpenAI saga appears to be in a holding pattern, at least for the moment, as hundreds of employees threaten to leave en masse if the board doesn’t resign and reinstate Sam Altman as CEO of the artificial intelligence powerhouse. … Read More
Microsoft turned one of the most bizarre weekends in modern tech history into one of the most consequential for itself and perhaps the rest of the industry. … Read More
Shares of Seattle-based publicly traded biotech company NanoString Technologies fell nearly 50% to an all-time low on Monday following its loss in a patent infringement case against 10x Genomics. … Read More
The federal courthouse in Seattle was the scene of a pivotal event in the U.S. … Read More
Companies such as DoorDash and Grubhub will be required to pay a 10-cent per-order fee for online deliveries in Seattle starting in 2025, following the passage of a new law by the Seattle City Council on Tuesday. … Read More
Bill Gates is back with one of his seasonal traditions, offering three of the best books that he read in 2023 as recommendations for holiday gift givers. … Read More
Seattle startup Expanso raised a $7.5 million seed round co-led by General Catalyst and Hetz Ventures to fuel growth of its software that provides data infrastructure capabilities at the “edge.” … Read More
I just experienced something completely new as a sports fan on Friday. … Read More
Emmett Shear, the co-founder and former CEO of Twitch, has reportedly been named interim CEO at OpenAI, the latest turn in a wildly dramatic weekend for the ChatGPT-maker following the ouster of Sam Altman as CEO. … Read More
Drawing on his expertise in communications and human centered design, Seattle technology veteran Josh Holland is now working for Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, a nonprofit working to make city streets a safer place to walk, bike, and roll. … Read More