Week in Review: The Most Popular Stories on GeekWire for the Week of May 1, 2022

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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 1, 2022.

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The most popular stories on GeekWire

Amazon will reimburse U.S. employees up to $4,000 per year for travel and accommodations for medical treatments that are not available within 100 miles of an employee’s home or through virtual care, including abortions. … Read more

GameWorks Seattle is gearing up to restart this summer. … Read more

A campaign to restore the 104-year-old ASUW Shell House at the University of Washington in Seattle is spurred by a $5 million pledge from Microsoft Chairman Brad Smith and his wife, Kathy Surace -Smith, Vice President of NanoString. . … Read more

Expedia Group announced a new technology platform to provide the underlying online infrastructure for other companies to build their own travel businesses. … Read more

Stratolaunch Airplane Landing

Stratolaunch took the “fifth” on May 4, otherwise known as Star Wars Day. … Read more

Boeing in Chicago

More than two decades after the Boeing Co. … Read More

Seattle-based real estate firm Redfin has agreed to pay $4 million and set up a new internal monitoring system to settle a lawsuit that alleged its practices discriminate against communities of color. … Read more

The news: Possible Finance, a Seattle startup that offers loans, just raised an additional $20 million and plans to launch a new credit card. … Read more

Amazon is closing Selz, GeekWire has learned, about a year after acquiring the small e-commerce startup. … Read more

Funko, the maker of pop culture collectibles based in Everett, Wash., has attracted a $263 million investment from a consortium led by The Chernin Group (TCG), with investors that include eBay and the former Disney Chairman Robert Iger. … Read more

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