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 June 30, 2019.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
Working conditions in Amazon’s fulfillment centers got a blistering critique at the hands of the HBO series “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” on Sunday. … Read More
Salesforce’s $15.7 billion acquisition of Tableau Software came together after nearly six months of back-and-forth negotiations, and the companies didn’t agree on major details — including how much Tableau was worth — until a few days before the deal was announced. … Read More
Amazon has been involved with a prime retail location in Seattle’s popular Capitol Hill neighborhood since 2015, more than a year before the company’s Amazon Go grocery concept was even announced. … Read More
Amazon is doubling down — and going up — in Bellevue, Wash., unveiling plans to build its tallest skyscraper ever, and the tallest building in the growing city 10 miles east of its Seattle headquarters location. … Read More
King County Search and Rescue has located the body of a man believed to be missing hiker Kumar Rao, a Microsoft employee and amateur photographer. … Read More
As teams grow it can be harder to build bonds between co-workers. … Read More
Amazon’s plan to build its tallest tower yet in Bellevue, Wash., could be just the beginning of the company’s ambitions for a prime site that will eventually be home to thousands of employees. … Read More
When Salesforce completes its deal to buy Tableau Software for $15.7 billion, establishing Seattle as its self-proclaimed HQ2 in the process, it will greatly expand its influence in the region’s tech scene as one of the largest out-of-town employers. … Read More
JetSuiteX has touched down in Seattle, marking the start of daily service between Boeing Field and Oakland International Airport for the airline that promises private-jet-style travel and commercial airline pricing. … Read More
Amazon Web Services revolutionized the way that companies run their business online, allowing them to pay for as much compute power as needed without having to own or operate physical infrastructure. … Read More