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B. 10-01 Renowned physicist, Nobel laureate Martin Perl dies Stanford
2. 10-04 Golson's late TD pass lifts Irish over Stanford Stanford
3. 10-05 Fake punt helps 49ers beat Chiefs 22-17 Levi's Stadium
E. 10-05 HP to split into two businesses HP
5. 10-05 Two fans attacked at Levi's Stadium Levi's Stadium
10-06 HP officially confirms it will split up HP
7. 10-06 2 arrested in brutal restroom beating Santa Clara
I. 10-08 Moerner, professor at Stanford, shares Nobel in Chemistry Stanford

HP officially confirms it will split up
San Jose woman struck and killed by car leaving parking lot Renowned physicist, Nobel laureate Martin Perl dies  Martin L. Perl, a pioneer in the physics field also won a Nobel Prize during his illustrious five-decade career 2-alarm house fire in Los Altos Hills Golson's late TD pass lifts Irish over Stanford  2-minute drive from the Irish late in the fourth quarter proved to be the difference in Notre Dame's 17-14 win Fake punt helps 49ers beat Chiefs 22-17  olin Kaepernick threw for 201 yards and a touchdown, Frank Gore ran for 107 yards and the 49ers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 22-1 HP to split into two businesses  One business includes its PC and printer businesses and another firm will sell products like data center hardware and services for corporati... Two fans attacked at Levi's Stadium

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  Two fans were beaten in a bathroom at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara during Sunday's San Francisco 49ers game
Oct.6   HP  
  Meg Whitman will become CEO and president of HP Enterprise. Dion Weisler, VP of printing and personal systems division, will become CEO of HP Inc.
  Santa Clara   2 arrested in brutal restroom beating   The two suspects are Dario David Rebollero and Amador Rebollero. Santa Clara police say the two are related and may in fact be brothers Oct.7   Palo Alto 14-year-old arrested after shooting a 9-year-old Oct.8   Stanford     Moerner, professor at Stanford, shares Nobel in Chemistry
  William Moerner won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing new methods that let microscopes see finer details than they could before
  Gap   Gap, Advanced Micro Devices announce CEO changes
  Gap CEO Glenn Murphy saying he will step down early next year and Advanced Micro Devices leader Rory Read stepping aside immediately
  Santa Clara   Prosecutors: bathroom brawl left one victim partially paralyzed   Prosecutors say a bathroom brawl at the new Levi's Stadium during Sunday's 49ers game has left one of the victims partially paralyzed Oct.9   Mountain View   Symantec to split, joining Silicon Valley breakup parade  The largest security company in Silicon Valley would spin off its storage business as part of an effort to remake the company   Apple Icahn wants Apple to increase share buybacks   Palo Alto 3rd flashing incident this week in Palo Alto   Tesla Tesla unveiled model D, all-wheel-drive system Oct.13   Palo Alto Pedestrian killed in alleged DUI crash in Palo Alto   San Francisco Salesforce and Microsoft integrate software Oct.14   Intel   Intel profit up 12 percent in 3rd quarter  Intel reported that its net income in the third quarter rose 12%, to $3.32 billion compared from $2.95 billion in the year-ago quarter Oct.15   Palo Alto   Fatality on Caltrain tracks  A person was struck, halting trains in both directions and snarling service in the South Bay during the commute; delays could affect Giants ... Oct.16   Apple   Apple slims iPad, sharpens iMac  A new line of products is cluding a thinner iPad that gives customers the ability to unlock the device and purchase items with their fingerprints   Google   Google profit rises, but not everything clicks  Although revenue for the third quarter increased 20 percent from the same period last year, the cost per click was down 2 percent Oct.18   Moffett Field NASA Ames turns 75; tens of thousands flock Oct.21   Yahoo   Yahoo beats Wall Streetís sales estimates  Strong performance may have bought CEO Marissa Mayer a little more time. A net income of $6.8 billion, compared with $297 million a year earlier   Apple   Apple stock nears record highs as sales surge  The Cupertino giant announced record revenues for the third quarter and predicted continued stellar performance in the holiday shopping season Oct.27   Cupertino   Teen fatally struck by big-rig   A teenager was killed while riding his bike to school in Cupertino. The truck driver who struck him had to be flagged down by witnesses   Apple   Apple Pay blocked at CVS, Rite Aid  CVS and Rite Aid, members of a consortium developing a competing system, disabled Apple Pay in their drugstores Oct.29   Stanford   Stanford surgeon on modified Ebola quarantine  Dr. Colin Bucks has been put on modified quarantine in San Mateo County after treating Ebola patients in Liberia for the past month Oct.30   Apple   Apple CEO Tim Cook says he's proud to be gay
  Cook says that for years he's been open with many people about his sexual orientation and that plenty of his Apple colleagues know he is gay
  Yahoo   Yahoo hires former Amazon executive  Lisa Utzschneider, a former Amazon vice president of global advertising sales, will report to CEO, to lead its ad efforts in North and South... Oct.31   LinkedIn   LinkedIn reported loss but results beat expectations  LinkedIn Corp., up $26.06 to $228.96. The online professional social network reported a 3rd-quarter loss, but the results beat street expect...

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