RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Local biotech and medtech startups dominated last week’s news headlines on WRAL TechWire.

Here’s a recap of all the startup-related news for the week of Nov. 2-6:

Feds step in to block Visa’s $5.3B acquisition of fintech startup

Nearing launch, Raleigh startup Without a Trace Foods is raising cash

Raleigh startup EDJX testing an edge computing platform that has company ‘drinking through a firehose’

Raleigh medical software firm Medicom looks to raise $3M

Pappas Capital makes one of its ‘most successful exits’ in Merck $2.75B deal for startup

Report: eHealth deals help drive up M&A activity in third quarter

RTP startup focusing on biomaterials, breast reconstruction lands cash from Launch Place

Raleigh’s GeneVentiv Therapeutics signs deal with UNC for potential hemophilia therapy

Donald Thompson: Leading your team through election emotions

Durham medtech startup 410 Medical receives FDA clearance for fluid administration device

The essential tech checklist: 5 things entrepreneurs, leaders must understand to protect their products and their business

W-S startup raises $1M to help fund breast pump, infant feeding system

Report: Venture capitalist industry floods Biden with record funding

Quantum computing startups are making waves – so too are IBM, Toshiba

Startup Spotlight: Latest in esports trends, tech highlight RIoT’s Demo Night

Weekly additions, including more COVID-19 resources, keep Triangle Startup Guide growing

Nov. headliners, part II: Previewing 50 events & webinars coming up across NC

Nov. headliners, part I: Previewing 70+ upcoming events & webinars across Triangle

On the event horizon: Previewing 79 webinars, conferences, panels & more events in Dec.

Triangle networking guide: 152 local tech & startup meetups you can join

Startup Rewind: NC IDEA grants, funding and pivots – recapping latest startup news