Ashley Bowden

Ashley Bowden is a Built In news reporter covering technology news in San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles and other markets. She has been on the Built In team since 2020. Bowden has a bachelor of fine arts degree from Long Island University Post. Her work has also appeared in Agent Publishing and other outlets.

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Learn how the companies that raised last month’s largest venture capital sums are investing their fresh funding.
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The software giant is changing up its standard keyboard layout after three decades.
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Investors backed Seattle-based tech innovators with more than $511 million across the market’s largest rounds.
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Learn how the companies that secured last month’s largest venture sums are investing the fresh capital.
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Pallet, an emergency shelter company, broke the top ten ranks of Deloitte’s fastest-growing tech companies this year.
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Find out how the companies that raised last month’s largest rounds plan to invest the fresh capital.
The Seattle skyline is pictured.
Learn how the companies that secured last month’s highest venture funding rounds are investing their fresh capital.
A photo of the Seattle Skyline.
Check out how the companies that secured last month’s highest venture sums are investing their fresh capital.
Preeti Somal, Temporal's SVP of engineering, poses for a photo.
Preeti Somal is joining Temporal from Yahoo! and HashiCorp as its new SVP of engineering.
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Learn how the startups that raised last month’s largest venture capital rounds plan to invest their fresh funding.
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Catch up on the latest tech developments on the Puget Sound.
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Catch up on the latest developments from the Seattle tech sector.