RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Plenty of startup news filled the headlines last week (Jan. 18-22) on WRAL TechWire.

Here’s a quick recap of the week’s startup stories:

CEO at Wilmington’s Performance Culture exits as part of new funding

Killing cancer by stealth: Gene editing firm Precision Bio secures another FDA approval to advance drugs

LimeLight: NC Small Business and Technology Center names new director

Silicon Valley exodus could help NC, says former Cisco CEO John Chambers

In the Limelight: Mountain BizWorks searching for ScaleUp program

Tennis instruction startup serves up new $6M offering, lands 13 investors

Venture capitalists spell out their agenda to Biden administration

Business is booming for Raleigh Founded in many areas despite pandemic

Donald Thompson: Three ways to get started with diversity right now

Teaching Startup: How to scale to 50 employees without losing your culture

Agtech startup AgBiome lands new investment, names former Bayer AG CEO as chair

UNC Entrepreneurship Center to open office at The Frontier in RTP

Memo to entrepreneurs: You only get one launch – seize the moment and make it count! 

So what did big, rosy year mean for startups in NC? There were some thorns among the blooms

Emerging companies at American Underground raise record $109M despite pandemic

More COVID-19 relief information boosts wealth of info in Triangle Startup Guide

Triangle headliners: Previewing 53 local events and deadlines through Jan. 31

NC headliners: Previewing 36 webinars & program deadlines through Jan. 31

On the horizon: Previewing 66 events, webinars and deadlines across NC in February

Startup Rewind: Recapping a busy week of fundraising activity among NC startups