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B. 04-01 Tesla has 115,000 reservations for new Model 3 Tesla
2. 04-01 Apple turns 40 Apple
3. 04-04 Brocade acquires a 'network onramp' with $1.5 billion acquisition of Ruckus Wireless San Jose
E. 04-15 Two injured, up to 50 displaced after blaze at apartment complex
5. 04-19 Intel to cut 12,000 jobs from global operations Intel
G. 04-19 Yahoo revenue plunged 11 percent Yahoo
H. 04-21 Alphabet posts 1Q profit Google
I. 04-23 Gunn graduate dies after being struck on Caltrain tracks
04-24 Solar-powered plane lands at Moffett Federal Airfield Moffett Federal Airfield, Moffett Field

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Tesla has 115,000 reservations for new Model 3


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Apr.1   Tesla  
  Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the Model 3, an electric vehicle for the masses, Thursday night in Southern California
  Apple  
  Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak launched Apple Computer in a Los Altos garage, cobbling together a home computer
Apr.4   San Jose   Brocade acquires a 'network onramp' with $1.5 billion acquisition of Ruckus Wireless  Brocade Communications said Monday it will acquire Ruckus Wireless in a $1.5 billion deal Apr.13   Cupertino   Cupertino counterfeit cash cache uncovered  Investigators helped break up an apparent transcontinental counterfeit cash scheme after a cache of phony bills surfaced in Virginia Apr.15   Sunnyvale     Two injured, up to 50 displaced after blaze at apartment complex   30 to 50 residents were evacuated from the complex and two victims were transported to a local hospital with unknown injuries Apr.19   Intel   Intel to cut 12,000 jobs from global operations
  US tech giant Intel to take a $1.2bn charge as it seeks to cut reliance on the declining personal computer market
  Yahoo   Yahoo revenue plunged 11 percent  The revenue plunged in the 1st quarter to $1.09 billion, while executives defended the process for exploring a sale of the troubled search pioneer Apr.21   Google   Alphabet posts 1Q profit  Alphabet Inc. reported first-quarter net income of $4.21 billion. It had profit of $6.02 per share. Earnings were $7.50 per share Apr.22   Stanford   UC Berkeley grad, two Stanford students win $250,000 fellowships  UC Berkeley graduate Nicole Michenfelder-Schauser, Steven Herbst and Yuri Lensky were among the just 12 recipients this year Apr.23   Stanford   3,300 nurses at Stanford Hospitals, clinics, prepared to call strike  Nurses from Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and Stanford Hospitals and Clinics failied to reach a deal in 3 days of mediation over wages and...   Palo Alto   Gunn graduate dies after being struck on Caltrain tracks Map of Palo Alto Avenue Palo Alto  Sarah Marie Longyear was 19 and graduated from Gunn High School in 2014. She was alive after the No. 155 train struck her at about 3 p.m. Apr.24   Moffett Field   Solar-powered plane lands at Moffett Federal Airfield Map of Moffett Federal Airfield Moffett Field
  The one-of-a-kind aircraft will remain in the Bay Area until conditions allow it to depart and then will continue on its around-the-world journey
Apr.25   Highway 280   Los Gatos woman killed in I-280 crash   Gina Whitson, 47, of Los Gatos, was killed Monday morning when the Hyundai Sonata she was driving hit a concrete-and-steel bridge guard rail... Apr.26   Apple   Apple revenue declines for the first time in 13 years
  The revenue fell 13%t to $50.6 billion in its second quarter, ending the tech giantís streak of year-over-year sales growth that dated back to 2003
Apr.27   HP   Ted Cruz picks Carly Fiorina to be running mate in GOP bid for president  Republican presidential candidate tapped former technology executive to serve as his running mate   Apple   Shot dead inside Apple's Cupertino headquarters   An Apple employee found dead in a conference room inside the company's headquarters in Cupertino has been identified as Edward Mackowiak Apr.28   LinkedIn   LinkedIn posts higher-than-expected 1Q results  The company posted a net loss of $45.8 million, or 35 cents per share. That compares with a loss of $42.5 million in the same period a year earlier   Stanford   Stanford ranks No. 1 in state in crime per student, UC Berkeley No. 2  Two of the state's most esteemed universities also lead a more menacing list for the highest rates of reported crimes per student




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