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: Durham-based BioCryst Pharmaceuticals landed a $44 million contract to test its COVID-19 treatment; Cisco employees remain in the dark on potential layoffs; Chapel Hill VC firm TrueBridge Capital is getting acquired by Dallas-based P10 Holdings; WeWork is reportedly closing one of its three Durham locations by the end of 2020; a Facebook group started by a local couple is helping to empower Black-owned businesses across the Triangle; after Global Data Consortium CEO Bill Spruill’s call to action, local companies are moving their funds to minority-owned M&F Bank; Raleigh startup MuukLabs landed a $256,000 SBIR grant; NC is one of the top destinations for people moving to new states; the battle between Apple and Cary-based Epic Games continues.

Read last week’s local startup news in our weekly Startup Rewind and Startup Spotlight editions.

And, in national news: TikTok is still searching for an American buyer; job growth is slowing as economists still call for another U.S. stimulus package; unemployment claims dropped below 1 million again for the first time since early August; tech stocks took a tumble on Wall Street; ecommerce sales grew by over 30% in the second quarter.

Keeping with our Monday “TechWire Rewind” tradition, here’s a look back at 87 local, state and national headlines as reported by WRAL TechWire last week:

MONDAY | August 31 Headlines:

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Weekend Reading: