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 18-22 included: Cree doubled the value of a semiconductor supply agreement with STMicroelectronics and landed a deal with ABB to expand its footprint; healthcare IT firm Well Dot is establishing its $3.1 million HQ in Chapel Hill; Durham cloud software startup CloudFactory raised $65 million in growth equity funding and plans to more than double its workforce in the Triangle; the Triangle didn’t make the list for AT&T’s next 5G launch; developers are converting a vacant Nortel campus in RTP to an office and life science hub.

The latest IT Job Trends Report from the NC Tech Association is out: High-tech job openings surged above 30,000 across NC. Here are the most in-demand skills.

Here are the NC startups that raised money last week: Durham-based CloudFactory ($65 million), Charlotte-based ThreatSwitch ($300,000 round), Raleigh-based Plant Health Care ($3.02 million); Carolina CannaTech ($1.26 million).

And, some national news: As it faces a probe from the SEC, WeWork is cutting nearly 20% of its workforce and outsourcing 1,000 jobs (the impact on WeWork in North Carolina isn’t yet clear); HP rejected a $33.5 billion takeover offer from Xerox; vaping-linked lung injuries climbed to 2,290; Tesla unveiled its Cybertruck, a futuristic version of the classic pickup truck; PayPal has acquired Honey in a $4 billion deal.

Keeping with our Monday tradition, here’s a look back at 79 local, state and national headlines as reported by WRAL TechWire last week:

MONDAY November 18 Headlines:

TUESDAY November 19 Headlines:

WEDNESDAY November 20 Headlines:

THURSDAY November 21 Headlines:

FRIDAY November 22 Headlines: