Weekly Refresh: Amazon Extends WFH, Arrived Homes Launched, and More

by Anna Holmquist
October 26, 2020
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Possible Finance raised $11M. The fintech startup wants to provide loans up to $500 to people regardless of their credit history. Union Square Ventures led the Series B. [Built In Seattle]

Fabric launched with $9.5M. Its platform helps businesses deliver e-commerce services. Redpoint Ventures led the seed round. [Built In Seattle]

Amazon to let some work remotely through June of 2021. Due to the pandemic, many office workers at Amazon and elsewhere have a remote work option well into next year. [Business Insider]

Truveta launched. The healthtech company focuses on analyzing data to find better methods of treatment, diagnosis and care. It’s currently hiring for several roles. [Built In Seattle]

Arrived Homes launched. The crowdfunding platform lets anyone purchase shares of rental properties and earn a passive income. The company itself handles the acquisition and management of the properties. [GeekWire]

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