The most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of May 29, 2022 – GeekWire

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Keep up to date with the latest tech 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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The most popular stories on GeekWire

Prior to enrolling last fall at the Paul G. University of Washington… Read More

A proposed class action alleges 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

Asteroid tracks

Astronomers used a cloud-based technique developed at the University of Washington to identify and track asteroids in groups of a hundred or more. … Read more

One of Amazon’s longtime executives, 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

Elon Musk

If you work for Tesla and have been doing this work from home since the pandemic began, beware if someone knocks on the door. … Read more

Amazon welcomed New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to its Seattle headquarters on Friday, 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 United States… Read More

After announcing its intention to build its manufacturing plant in California last summer, Sana Biotechnology has changed course. … Read more

Conceding that the rise of unions in tech could ultimately hurt its own business, Microsoft released a new set of principles recognizing the rights of its employees to organize, pledging to work constructively with all who do so and making it clear that he hopes they won doesn’t feel the need to. … Read more

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