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

Here was the hot news for January 20-24: Pharma giant Eli Lilly & Co. will build a $470 million production facility in RTP, creating 462 jobs; IBM reported a boost in revenue, touting Red Hat’s impact; Charlotte “unicorn” AvidXchange raised $260 million in new capital; 8 NC firms made it to Fortune‘s 2020 “Most Admired Companies” list; 16 NC companies earned top scores in a study of LGBTQ workplace standards; WRAL TechWire celebrated its 18th anniversary; Durham startup Mati Energy is shutting down; and here’s how the U.S.’s new trade deals help North Carolina.

Also, an update on the local coworking scene: TechWire wanted to gauge the state of the coworking market in the Triangle, so we asked the people who are leading it. Read our Q&As with Loading Dock Raleigh, Frontier RTP and First Flight Venture Center.

Several North Carolina companies announced funding rounds last week, including: Charlotte-based AvidXchange ($260 million), Greensboro-based Proficient Health ($2.6 million) and Wilmington-based CloudWyze ($650,000). Even more fundraises were noted in our summary of recent SEC filings.

And, in national news: A new World Economic Forum report warned of the dangers associated with emerging technologies; the deadly Coronavirus is spreading internationally; and the U.N. says the hacking of Jeff Bezos’ phone appears to be linked to Saudi Arabia’s crown prince.

Keeping with our Monday tradition, here’s a look back at 71 local, state and national headlines as reported by WRAL TechWire last week:

MONDAY | January 20 Headlines:

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