The most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of July 3, 2022 – GeekWire


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 July 3, 2022.

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The most popular stories on GeekWire

If a very large earthquake hits off Seattle, the city’s shores could be hit by massive tsunami waves in the space of three minutes. … Read more

The news: Flexe is the latest to join the Seattle Unicorn Club. … Read more

Seattle offices will remain partly empty through 2024. At least that’s what commercial real estate firm Broderick Group predicted in a second-quarter 2022 market report, saying economic pressures and the work-from-home movement will keep vacancy rates high. in retail spaces across the region throughout 2022 and 2023. In a previous market assessment, Broderick was optimistic about organizations and employees returning to the office, citing the easing of pandemic-induced restrictions and increased vaccination levels. … Read more

— Jason Vogrinec joined Lyft as Head of Engineering, leaving Microsoft, where he was Vice President of Engineering for Microsoft Teams and led a group of 500 people. … Read more

– Stanford professor Susan Athey, former consultant chief economist at Microsoft, will join the US… Read More

Metavers. Web3. Cryptocurrency. Block chain. … Read more

Startups that haven’t raised funds from venture capitalists in recent years may be in a better position to control their future with a possible looming recession. … Read more

The Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trail Blazers are not for sale and there are no discussions underway to sell either professional sports franchise. … Read more

Seattle City Light announced a new service last month in which the utility plans to install electric vehicle chargers at select curbside locations throughout the city. … Read more

Three years after ditching its own food delivery service, Amazon is trying a new tactic, teaming up with delivery company Grubhub and offering free one-year subscriptions to Grubhub+ as part of a promotion. Prime Day. … Read more


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