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Weekly Tech Roundup

WeWork’s Marcelo Claure (Credit: Getty Images)
  • iOffice has acquired conference room reservation startup Teem after WeWork announced plans to sell the company. (Crunchbase)
  • WeWork only signed four new leases—covering 184,022 square feet of space—in the fourth quarter, which is a 93% drop from its average of 2.54 million square feet over the previous four quarters. (Forbes)
  • FlashParking, a developer of parking management software and services, has raised $60 million in new financing from L Catterton. The company’s software provides real-time data and variable pricing options for parking space providers. (TechCrunch)
  • The traditional ID badge is beginning to be replaced by biometric identification systems, microchip implants, and tools that monitor workers’ gaits or typing habits—technologies that might not only make workplaces more secure and easier to navigate but also generate personalized health and productivity data. (WSJ)
  • Katerra it has entered a $650 million contract with Saudi Arabia’s government to build 8,000 homes in the country. (TRD)
  • Lightbox has purchased commercial broker software platform, ClientLook. (TRD)

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