As Monday morning rolls in, we’re providing TechWire readers with a quick recap of the past week’s news headlines.

Hot news for November 4-11 included: RTP startup Get Spiffy doubled in size with the acquisition of a competitor – TechWire spoke to CEO Scot Wingo about the company’s growth; five NC tech firms made it to Deloitte’s 2019 “Technology Fast 500”; a fiber-to-the-home internet network will be coming to Clinton with the help of $23.7 million from the federal government; Dallas Mavericks’ CEO Cynthia Marshall and former Cisco CEO John Chambers spoke at the NC CEO Forum – read our coverage here and here.

We also launched a new interview series featuring the “legends” that have helped create and build North Carolina’s technology and life science ecosystem. The first interview in the series features Bob Ingram, general partner at Hatteras Venture Partners.

And, some national news: Investor confidence was up as U.S. stocks soared to record highs; a new report says internet freedom has continued to decline for the ninth consecutive year; despite losses, SoftBank hasn’t given up on WeWork; China and the U.S. agreed to reduce some tariffs on goods; California is suing Facebook over its refusal to turn over documents.

Keeping with our Monday tradition, here’s a look back at 90 local, state and national headlines as reported by WRAL TechWire last week:

MONDAY November 4 Headlines:

TUESDAY November 5 Headlines:

WEDNESDAY November 6 Headlines:

THURSDAY November 7 Headlines:

FRIDAY November 8 Headlines:

Weekend Reading: