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NCW Tree Fruit Days brings research, practicality to orchardists

Mar. 1—WENATCHEE — Orchardists and agriculture researchers from around the state gathered this week at the Wenatchee Convention Center for NCW Tree Fruit Days. NCW Tree Fruit Days, Tuesday through Thursday, was hosted by Washington State University's Tree Fruit Research and Extension program and meant to provide orchardists with the latest orchard research. "This is our annual meeting to help ...
News >  Business

Boeing is in talks to buy ex-unit Spirit AeroSystems

Boeing Co. is in discussions to acquire Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc., a move that would reclaim control of its struggling former aerostructures unit and the main supplier at the center of numerous quality issues affecting the 737 Max airliner.
News >  Business

Elon Musk sues OpenAI and Altman for breaching firm’s founding mission

Elon Musk sued OpenAI and its Chief Executive Officer Sam Altman, alleging they violated the artificial intelligence startup’s founding mission by putting profit ahead of benefiting humanity. The 52-year-old billionaire, who was a co-founder of OpenAI but is no longer involved, said in a lawsuit filed late Thursday in San Francisco that the company’s close relationship with Microsoft Corp. has ...
News >  Washington

Even the wetter forests of WA could see more wildfire, study shows

Mar. 1—The forests of the Pacific Northwest, soaked in up to feet of rainfall each year, are known for growing some of the largest trees in the world. Together, they store thousands of tons of carbon dioxide in their trunks and support hundreds of critters. But even these lush forests can be affected by climate change. If the world continues to emit greenhouse gases at its current pace, the ...