RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Here’s a look back at the headlines from North Carolina’s entrepreneurial community during the week of Jan. 24-31:

RTI, UNC researchers develop smartphone app to fight neglected tropical disease

From stay-at-home mom to tech exec: Code the Dream’s new co-director Daisy Magnus-Aryitey

Raleigh restaurant software startup SchedulePop is raising up to $2M

Love, hate & distrust: For Big Tech the stakes, risks are getting even bigger

Startups looking for funding should check out 2 federal programs – webinars to explain the process

Durham food tech company Pairwise adds first independent director

Avoiding the Say:Do ratio trap: Saying yes to one thing means saying no to another

Bill Gates’ nuclear energy startup energized by new support from Mitsubishi

BCVP-backed Even bought by Walmart-backed fintech startup

Great leaders need to be great managers too – here’s the difference 

Headliners: The latest from ChannelAdvisor, Passport, Kriya, JupiterOne, Smart Data, Spreedly

4 Triangle companies raise money from Triangle Tweener Fund

Raleigh unicorn Prometheus Group buys 7th company since 2019

Diversity, equity, inclusion: Building a business case for companies to embrace DEI

Startup High, an entrepreneurial training program for teens, now open at 14 sites across NC

Networking to help build your startup: Here’s how to do it best

Startup Spotlight: Raleigh’s Truentity Health raises $1M pre-seed funding

Wake Tech is rolling out new business accelerator – check out Startup Guide for details