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Analog Devices buys Maxim, creating $68 billion chipmaker

NEW YORK — Computer chip maker Analog Devices is buying Maxim Integrated in an all-stock deal that will create a company worth about $68 billion, and strengthens its position in the analog semiconductor sector.

U.S. home prices increase 4% in April

U.S. home prices gains accelerated in April even as sales have stumbled, a sign the coronavirus outbreak has had little impact on real estate values.

Shawn Vestal: Creative community faces ‘catastrophic’ challenges to survive

The effects of the coronavirus pandemic have been harsh in many parts of the community, and especially so for many arts organizations. Across the board, large stalwarts like the Spokane Symphony and Civic Theatre, the smaller operations and performing arts venues, and individual artists are changing how they’re doing business and worried about the future.

The Masks of “The Lion King”

Puppetmaster Michael Reilly of the Broadway show "The Lion King" demonstrates the design and technology features of the masks worn by name characters in the popular musical, adapted by from the animated Disney feature film. The play opened in Spokane Thursday, January 24, 2019.

Astrocytes: Sleeping under the stars takes new meaning

Star-shaped brain cells called astrocytes appear to play an essential role in sleep, a new study at Washington State University Spokane found. Researchers in the Sleep and Performance Research Center published a study showing that astrocytes communicate to neurons to regulate sleep time in fruit flies and suggests it may do the same in mammals, including humans.

Acura’s third-gen RDX luxury-performance crossover hits new highs

When it launched the RDX compact crossover in 2006, Acura paved the way for the coming wave of small luxury CUVs. But, while the RDX anticipated the Next Big Thing, its taut suspension and peaky turbocharged four-cylinder engine limited its appeal largely to enthusiasts. In...