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In Boston tech’s first IPO since 2021, Klaviyo to start trading on Wednesday

The marketing software firm raised $576 million in the deal, which could signal a reopening of the window for companies to go public.

Globe Summit panelists weigh the ‘superpowers’ of AI against its hazards

The path to navigate the promise and perils of artificial intelligence lies in human intervention, panelists said.

Sam Bankman-Fried’s parents sued by FTX

The lawsuit seeks to claw back millions of dollars the couple received from their son.

A running list of layoffs in the Boston-area tech sector

Dozens of companies have reduced their workforces, ranging from the regional offices of the tech giants to startups that have only been in a business a few years.

Did your kids buy gear in Fortnite without asking you? The FTC says you could get a refund

US regulators are starting to notify more than 37 million people by email that they may be eligible for compensation as part of a legal settlement with Fortnite’s maker, Epic Games Inc.

Klaviyo boosts IPO fundraising target to $557 million

The Boston-based company raised the price range for its IPO to $27 to $29 a share, up from $25 to $27 each.

New Volpe Transportation Center opens as part of $750 million deal between MIT and feds

The new transportation center is the first building to open in a mixed-use development in Kendall Square that will include research labs, retail, affordable housing, and open space.

Netanyahu talks to Elon Musk in California about antisemitism on X and artificial intelligence

The Israeli leader told the tech businessman he hopes that within the confines of the First Amendment he can find a way to clamp down on antisemitism and other forms of hatred on his social media platform.