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B. 10-01 Feds investigating exports Sun
10-02 Revenue shortfall warning AMD
D. 10-07 Zire, first handheld computer under $100 Palm
4. 10-09 3rd-quarter profit tops estimates Yahoo
F. 10-10 Intel lost patent dispute Intel
G. 10-14 Apple buying new IBM 64-bit processor Apple
7. 10-15 $686 million profit, expectations missed Intel
8. 10-16 4th-quarter net loss meets expectations Apple

AMD Shares Fall to 10-Year Low   Jobs resigns from Gap's board
Feds investigating exports  The U.S. Commerce Department accused Sun Microsystems of violating export rules in sales it made to Egypt and China Shareholders approve reverse stock split Revenue shortfall warning


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Oct.1   Sun  
  Palm
Oct.2   AMD  
  Chip-maker Advanced Micro Devices warned its 3rd-quarter sales will fall about $100 million short of expectations
Oct.3   AMD
  Gap  
  Apple co-founder had been a Gap director since 1999
  Mountain View Veritas CFO resigns after lying about MBA Oct.4   Santa Clara Billboard Draws Protest Oct.7   Palm   Zire, first handheld computer under $100  Zire has a sleek housing look differing from previous Palms, but doesn't boast any new software features   Santa Clara University hopes to raise $350 million Oct.8   HP CEO Says HP Ready for Dell Competition   Stanford Linear Accelerator celebrated anniversary   Palo Alto Teen killed by Caltrain -- likely suicide   Palm Sony makes $20 million investment in Palm Oct.9   Yahoo   3rd-quarter profit tops estimates
  Financial recovery picked up steam as Yahoo persuaded more visitors to its popular Web site to pay for online services
Oct.10   Yahoo Shares surge   Intel   Intel lost patent dispute  A judge ruled against Intel in a long-running dispute with Intergraph over patents involving the Itanium processor   HP PC That Works Like a TV, Too Oct.14   Apple   Apple buying new IBM 64-bit processor  The company, which has used Motorola microprocessors since 1984, is the customer of a line of next-generation processors Oct.15   Intel Handset Chips Unveiled   Sun Sun Micro May Cut 8,000 Jobs -Analyst   Intel   $686 million profit, expectations missed  3rd-quarter earnings is a the result of a lackluster back-to-school season and weak corporate demand Oct.16   Apple   4th-quarter net loss meets expectations  Apple lost $45 million compared with a profit of $66 million in the same time last year   AMD $254.2 million third-quarter loss Oct.17   Apple New Operating System to Teachers   Sun   Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs
  Sun Microsystems will cut 11% of its work force to bring its expenses in line with sales, despite results that beat expectations
Oct.18   Sun Sun shares slip Oct.21   Siebel   Siebel tighten relationship with Microsoft  Companies will jointly sell Siebel's customer management software on Microsoft's .NET platform   AMD AMD Scores Opteron Win with Sandia Oct.22   Intel   Move to Next-Generation Manufacturing  Intel plans to have 90% of its microprocessors made with its latest-generation technology by the end of 2004 Oct.23   Los Altos   60 years in prison for sex with underage  Robert Jay Tashbrook, 35, was convicted of 11 felony counts involving 4 girls, one of whom he raped Oct.24   Stanford   90 days in jail for sex with patients  A former Stanford University psychologist is ordered to register as a sex offender   Mountain View   VeriSign Posts Narrower Quarter Net Loss  A provider of Internet domain names warned of big charges for amortization of goodwill and investment losses Oct.25   Sunnyvale   Pleaded guilty to molesting 3 young girls  Richard Stone, 65, agreed to a 14-year prison term after authorities discovered a love letter to Sarah Van Cleemput, 14   Los Altos   Masked men robbed bank at gunpoint  2 suspects entered the Bank of America, jumped over the teller counter and demanded cash from the employees Oct.28   Palm   2 new handheld computers introduced
  New Tungsten T is the company's first with built-in Bluetooth technology. The Tungsten W is for shipment to Europe
  Sunnyvale   Woman Survives Russian Gassing  Natalya Aleshnya, a 64-year-old retired piano teacher, is among the survivors of a hostage drama that went terribly wrong   Santa Clara   Philippine president visits Silicon Valley  Gloria Macapagal Arroyo touted her country's pool of skilled workers in encouraging to invest in the Philippines Oct.29   Santa Clara   Convenience store robbery  The suspect was armed with a semi-automatic handgun and demanded cash from the lone clerk Oct.30   Intel   30 Days to Appeal Patent Infringement  Judge ruled that Intel could not manufacture and sell its most powerful microprocessor, but then suspended his order Oct.31   Stanford   Strike authorized  Union is representing 1,400 workers at Stanford Hospital and Lucille Salter Packard Children's Hospital



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Silicon Valley
Shareholders approve reverse stock split
Revenue shortfall warning
AMD Shares Fall to 10-Year Low
Veritas CFO resigns after lying about MBA
Zire, first handheld computer under $100
Sony makes $20 million investment in Palm
3rd-quarter profit tops estimates
Intel lost patent dispute
Shares surge
Apple buying new IBM 64-bit processor
$686 million profit, expectations missed
Sun Micro May Cut 8,000 Jobs -Analyst
4th-quarter net loss meets expectations
Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs
2 new handheld computers introduced
Feds investigating exports
Veritas CFO resigns after lying about MBA
60 years in prison for sex with underage
Masked men robbed bank at gunpoint
Pleaded guilty to molesting 3 young girls
Convenience store robbery
Zire, first handheld computer under $100
Sony makes $20 million investment in Palm
Intel lost patent dispute
Apple buying new IBM 64-bit processor
Handset Chips Unveiled
New Operating System to Teachers
AMD Scores Opteron Win with Sandia
2 new handheld computers introduced
Shareholders approve reverse stock split
Revenue shortfall warning
AMD Shares Fall to 10-Year Low
3rd-quarter profit tops estimates
Shares surge
$686 million profit, expectations missed
4th-quarter net loss meets expectations
$254.2 million third-quarter loss
Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs
University hopes to raise $350 million
New Operating System to Teachers
Sunnyvale
Shareholders approve reverse stock split
Revenue shortfall warning
AMD Shares Fall to 10-Year Low
Zire, first handheld computer under $100
Sony makes $20 million investment in Palm
3rd-quarter profit tops estimates
2 new handheld computers introduced
Pleaded guilty to molesting 3 young girls
Zire, first handheld computer under $100
Sony makes $20 million investment in Palm
AMD Scores Opteron Win with Sandia
2 new handheld computers introduced
Shareholders approve reverse stock split
Revenue shortfall warning
AMD Shares Fall to 10-Year Low
3rd-quarter profit tops estimates
Shares surge
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Santa Clara
Intel lost patent dispute
$686 million profit, expectations missed
Handset Chips Unveiled
Move to Next-Generation Manufacturing
Convenience store robbery
Intel lost patent dispute
Handset Chips Unveiled
Move to Next-Generation Manufacturing
$686 million profit, expectations missed
University hopes to raise $350 million
Palo Alto
CEO Says HP Ready for Dell Competition
PC That Works Like a TV, Too
Sun Micro May Cut 8,000 Jobs -Analyst
Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs
Feds investigating exports
CEO Says HP Ready for Dell Competition
PC That Works Like a TV, Too
Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs
Sun shares slip
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Peninsula
CEO Says HP Ready for Dell Competition
PC That Works Like a TV, Too
Siebel tighten relationship with Microsoft
90 days in jail for sex with patients
CEO Says HP Ready for Dell Competition
PC That Works Like a TV, Too
Siebel tighten relationship with Microsoft
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Linear Accelerator celebrated anniversary
Intel
Intel lost patent dispute
$686 million profit, expectations missed
Handset Chips Unveiled
Move to Next-Generation Manufacturing
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Intel lost patent dispute
Handset Chips Unveiled
Move to Next-Generation Manufacturing
$686 million profit, expectations missed
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AMD
Revenue shortfall warning
AMD Shares Fall to 10-Year Low
$254.2 million third-quarter loss
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AMD Scores Opteron Win with Sandia
Revenue shortfall warning
AMD Shares Fall to 10-Year Low
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Sun
Sun Micro May Cut 8,000 Jobs -Analyst
Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs
Feds investigating exports
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Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs
Sun shares slip
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Palm
Shareholders approve reverse stock split
Zire, first handheld computer under $100
2 new handheld computers introduced
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Zire, first handheld computer under $100
2 new handheld computers introduced
Shareholders approve reverse stock split
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Stanford
Strike authorized
90 days in jail for sex with patients
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Linear Accelerator celebrated anniversary
Cupertino
Apple buying new IBM 64-bit processor
4th-quarter net loss meets expectations
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Apple buying new IBM 64-bit processor
New Operating System to Teachers
4th-quarter net loss meets expectations
New Operating System to Teachers
Los Altos Your ad is here
60 years in prison for sex with underage
Masked men robbed bank at gunpoint
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Mountain View
Veritas CFO resigns after lying about MBA
VeriSign Posts Narrower Quarter Net Loss
Veritas CFO resigns after lying about MBA
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VeriSign Posts Narrower Quarter Net Loss
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HP
CEO Says HP Ready for Dell Competition
PC That Works Like a TV, Too
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CEO Says HP Ready for Dell Competition
PC That Works Like a TV, Too
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Yahoo
3rd-quarter profit tops estimates
Shares surge
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3rd-quarter profit tops estimates
Shares surge
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San Francisco
Jobs resigns from Gap's board
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