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 6, 2022.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
Amazon is taking more steps to halt its business in Russia amid the country’s invasion of Ukraine. … Read More
Amazon’s board has approved the company’s first stock split in more than two decades. … Read More
Amazon is telling employees they can work at an alternative location due to recent crime around its downtown Seattle office at 300 Pine St. … Read More
This week’s blockbuster trade of Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson could be the first in a series of moves that leads to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos owning the team. … Read More
Landmark legislation that will drastically curtail tech companies’ ability to stop employees from talking about mistreatment is headed to the governor’s desk in Washington state. … Read More
Editor’s note: This guest post is written by Lars Phillips, a financial advisor for Seattle-area firm Avier Wealth Advisors. … Read More
Adaptive Biotechnologies is laying off 12% of its workforce, or about 100 employees, GeekWire has learned. … Read More
“Best Book Club Ever” read one sign inside Amazon Books at Seattle’s University Village this weekend. … Read More
It’s 2022, and Microsoft’s cloud business is on track to become half of its overall revenue. … Read More
Swiftly, a Seattle startup that provides software to brick-and-mortar grocery retailers such as Family Dollar and The Save Mart Companies, raised $ 100 million in a Series B funding round. … Read More