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 Sept. 23, 2018.
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Most popular stories on GeekWire
A family of Green Bay Packers fans sitting on a website domain name — which they offered to give up in exchange for cash, lifetime season tickets, and Microsoft Surface Pro tablets — have come out on the losing end of a dispute with the NFL franchise and the tech giant. … Read More
Michael Wienckowski was raised in Green Bay, Wisc., and has been a Green Bay Packers fan his entire life. … Read More
SpaceX has been signed up to provide rides to the moon for a pair of payloads built by ispace, a Japanese robotics and resource exploration company. … Read More
“Shark Tank” investors didn’t bite five years ago when Ring founder Jamie Siminoff pitched his video doorbell on the popular show. … Read More
Microsoft staff are beginning their building farewells as the company prepares for a major overhaul of its Redmond, Wash. … Read More
Microsoft is announcing a slew of new features and products across a variety of business areas at the Ignite conference for IT pros and developers in Orlando this week. … Read More
Big Fish Games is cutting about 15 percent of its workforce, including several key executives, according to an internal memo to employees obtained by GeekWire. … Read More
Elissa Fink, the marketing leader who helped Tableau Software grow from ambitious tech startup to international public company with more than $877 million in annual revenue, is leaving after 11 years with the Seattle-based data visualization company. … Read More
Modern enterprise technology generates a ton of valuable data, but putting that data together can be quite tricky. … Read More
After reportedly butting heads with Larry Ellison, Oracle’s top cloud executive is leaving the company
Weeks after Oracle said its top cloud executive was taking a temporary leave of absence from the company, it confirmed Friday afternoon at the end of the longest week ever that Thomas Kurian has officially moved on. … Read More