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

Notable news stories from last week included: Wilmington’s nCino saw shares rise by 195% after its debut on the stock market; Raleigh’s Global Data Consortium landed a partnership with Experian and is growing its worldwide footprint – here’s our Q&A with cofounder and CEO Bill Spruill; read our exclusive Q&A with Blue Cross NC’s new CEO, Tunde Sotunde; NC startups raised $178 million in Q2, led by Durham and Chapel Hill companies; NC revoked an incentive agreement with Deutsche Bank over Cary job cuts; biotech startup bioMason is getting a new HQ in RTP, planning a 50% boost to its workforce; GoTriangle pitched a new freeway-based transit network after last year’s failed Durham-Orange light rail project.

Several NC companies landed new funding last week, including Cary-based ProAxion ($95,000), RTP-based Locus Biosciences ($12.5 million), Chapel Hill-based Sisu Pharma ($1.7 million), Raleigh-based Next Century Spirits ($6 million), Durham-based Arbiom ($10 million) and Raleigh-headquartered Verona Pharma ($200 million).

And, in national news: China’s economy is rebounding from pandemic losses; the Twitter accounts of several celebrities, CEOs and politicians were breached in a major hack; the Federal Reserve is expanding its Main Street Lending Program to nonprofits; Russian hackers allegedly tried to steal private research about coronavirus vaccines.

Keeping with our Monday “TechWire Rewind” tradition, here’s a look back at 73 local, state and national headlines as reported by WRAL TechWire last week:

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