RALEIGH – From retirement roasts to fundraising news, agtech to gaming, new programs to new office headquarters, early-stage to venture-backed growth, worker concerns to guidance for loving your job again, the news week of February 14-18 was full.

Here’s a look back at top startup news stories from WRAL TechWire in today’s Startup Rewind.

New program for under-served entrepreneurs in Durham headlines Triangle Startup Guide updates

Startup spotlight: Durham agtech firm could hold genetic key to better bananas & coffee

Locus Biosciences raises $10.5M in equity, more funding coming

A ‘sneak peek’ of Pendo’s new headquarters

Raleigh startup DentalHQ raises $1.5M in equity, plans to expand work force

Your culture has become more critical to your company’s success – here’s why

Pandemic pivot pay off: Triangle tech provider K4Connect triples users, doubles revenues

Durham’s Velocity Clinical Research buys India-based company, adds new CTO

Triangle B Corp Vital Plan raises $125,000 in debt financing

NC Biotech Center awards $1.3M in loans, grants

Report: Employment growth 8x faster at VC-backed startups than other firms

Giving feedback: 8 tips for how to deliver positive impact immediately

Charlotte’s Global Endowment Management raises nearly $1B in capital across 5 funds

Pendo releases new product suite, Pendo Adopt

Cary’s Lightforge Games, led by former Epic Games employee, raises $7M

Imposter syndrome: It’s time to slay that beast – let’s get started

Triangle agtech startup Vestaron is raising $100M, already has 13 investors committing $61M

Celebrating John Austin, Triangle startup ecosystem champion