There won't be many more chances to write about Itronix, the tech product line that recently died a quiet death as a small business segment within the belly of defense contractor General Dynamics Corp.
See today's story for the account of how the once-proud Spokane-launched product line went into the dark.
The graphic here is compliments of Syed Khusro, who worked as VP of engineering at Itronix up through last November, including the change of location from Spokane Valley to Sunrise, Fla.
On this occasion, we'll offer up two $5 coffee cards to people who can answer the following two trivia questions correctly. Post answers here, don't send emails because we won't see them anyway.
Question 1: Name three of the companies that at one time owned Itronix. We're talking about starting in 1994 and going forward until 2013.
Question 2: Which of the following companies made a very serious effort at buying Itronix but never did (choose just one)? Asus, Dell, Gryphon, Avista, Motorola, Siemens, Fujitsu.
You need to answer both correctly to win. Extra entries not allowed. Current or past employees of Cowles Co. are not eligible.
The two earliest correct entries get the coffee cards.