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Electronic Arts CEO steps down
Electronic Arts falls as new 2016 outlook disappoints Trio of Silicon Valley IPOs eases fears of new tech bubble  Redwood City's RingCentral. San Francisco cleantech company Pattern Energy. Mountain View-based Violin Memory FireEye, Rocket Fuel IPOs go for top dollar  Milpitas: Security software company FireEye priced its IPO a whopping $3 higher per share. Advertising-technology company Rocket Fuel revised range at... EA stays in-house with new CEO


year 2015 Top ^

Jul.30


year 2013 Top ^

Sep.27
Sep.19
Sep.17
  Electronic Arts announced that its new CEO will be a young executive from its own ranks, the head of its EA Sports division, Andrew Wilson
Mar.18
  Video game publisher says its chief executive, John Riccitiello, will step down on March 30. The company has named Larry Probst as executive chairman



year 2012 Top ^

Jul.19


year 2011 Top ^

Jul.12
Mar.21
Feb.18
Feb.17
  President Barack Obama invited Steve Jobs, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and Google CEO Eric Schmidt


year 2010 Top ^

Oct.26 Zynga outpaces Electronic Arts
Apr.22 Clean-tech IPO brings $78 M to Codexis  A startup that makes designer enzymes for pharmaceuticals and biofuel production, sold its shares for the first time on the Nasdaq exchange Feb.10 County To Cut Dozens Of Vacant Jobs  Dozens of vacant jobs will be eliminated from San Mateo County's payroll as officials move to chip away at the budget deficit

year 2009 Top ^

Nov.9 EA buying Playfish in $300 million deal
Electronic Arts Plans Layoffs After Losses Jun.29 EA makes another stab at online gaming May.13   Developer proposes 12,000 homes  A major environmental battle could be in the works after Arizona-based DMB Associates unveiled plans to build homes along bayfront Feb.3 Electronic Arts posts wider loss

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.22   Ex-Lockheed president dies  A. Carl Kotchian admitted in the 1970s to paying millions in bribes in an international scandal that brought down Japan's prime minister Dec.18 Economy A Factor In CO Poisoning
Aug.18 EA Drops Take-Two Bid  Electronic Arts is abandoning its $2 billion hostile takeover of in the hopes of sealing a deal through friendly negotiations Jul.29 EA Expects Sharp Growth Jul.21 EA Extends Tender Deadline May.19 EA again extends Take-Two deadline  Video game publisher Electronic Arts has for a third time extended the deadline for its $2 billion tender offer to buy smaller rival Take-Tw... Apr.18 EA extends tender offer for Take-Two  Electronic Arts extended the deadline of its tender offer in its continuing $2 billion bid to buy the New York video gamer maker Mar.29 EA extends Take-Two bid Mar.26 Take-Two Board Rejects EA Bid
  Grand Theft Auto publisher told its shareholders to reject a $2 billion buyout bid from rival Electronic Arts, saying it's not enough
Feb.24 Electronic Arts offers $2b for gaming rival  EA was pushing ahead with a bid to take over upstart Take-Two Interactive Software, despite rebuffs from the smaller company

year 2006 Top ^

Aug.31 Madden Game Grosses $100m In 1 Week


year 2004 Top ^

Jan.30   $51,000 for spot next to Peterson trial
  San Mateo County charges $51,000 television stations seeking a spot outside the County courthouse

year 2003 Top ^

May.19 Roxio plans bring back Napster name
. Santa Clara

year 2002 Top ^

Sep.3 Napster as Company Folds
  The company had closed its doors and terminated all but a few of its remaining 42 staffers as it prepared for Chapter 7 liquidation Jun.3 Napster files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
  Industry heavyweight Bertelsmann AG follows through on a plan to take over what's left of the Internet music-swapping service
May.17   Bertelsmann to acquire assets
  Napster: In an abrupt shift, media giant will buy Napster Inc.'s assets in an $8 million deal that keeps co-founder Fanning May.14 Founder and CEO both step down  Napster: Konrad Hilbers, chief executive officer, and Shawn Fanning, who created the song-swap program, both resigned

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.4 ExciteAtHome will cease in February
  Bankrupt company will discontinue high-speed Internet service after reaching a deal with cable partners Nov.2   Hearst leaves ExciteAtHome  Vice chairman William R. Hearst III has resigned Oct.29 Openwave to cut 300 jobs Sep.24 Deal with music publishers. Napster Jul.23 Napster drops interim CEO Jul.2 Napster goes dark  Napster wants to transform itself into a company for paying customers May.24 Newborns get Internet address Apr.10 Judge may shut down Napster Feb.12 Court to stop Napster


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B. 2015-07-30 Electronic Arts falls as new 2016 outlook disappoints Redwood City
C. 2013-09-27 Trio of Silicon Valley IPOs eases fears of new tech bubble Redwood City
2013-09-17 EA stays in-house with new CEO Redwood City
4. 2013-03-18 Electronic Arts CEO steps down Redwood City
F. 2012-07-19 DreamWorks opens new campus Seaport Boulevard, Redwood City
G. 2011-07-12 Electronic Arts buys PopCap Games Redwood City
H. 2011-03-21 Shutterfly buying Tiny Prints for $369M Redwood City
8. 2011-02-18 Obama 'friends' Mark Zuckerberg Redwood City



    
    

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Electronic Arts buys PopCap Games Shutterfly buying Tiny Prints for $369M EA buying Playfish in $300 million deal EA Drops Take-Two Bid  Electronic Arts is abandoning its $2 billion hostile takeover of in the hopes of sealing a deal through friendly negotiations EA Extends Tender Deadline EA again extends Take-Two deadline  Video game publisher Electronic Arts has for a third time extended the deadline for its $2 billion tender offer to buy smaller rival Take-Tw... EA extends tender offer for Take-Two  Electronic Arts extended the deadline of its tender offer in its continuing $2 billion bid to buy the New York video gamer maker EA extends Take-Two bid Take-Two Board Rejects EA Bid




Redwood City, Business Merger and Acquisition Timeline ... See Bay Area Merger and Acquisition timeline, World Merger and Acquisition timeline Top ^
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2009
Nov.9
2008
Aug.18
Jul.21
May.19
Apr.18
Mar.29
Mar.26
  Grand Theft Auto publisher told its shareholders to reject a $2 billion buyout bid from rival Electronic Arts, saying it's not enough
Feb.24 Electronic Arts offers $2b for gaming rival  EA was pushing ahead with a bid to take over upstart Take-Two Interactive Software, despite rebuffs from the smaller company 2002 May.17 Bertelsmann to acquire assets  Napster: In an abrupt shift, media giant will buy Napster Inc.'s assets in an $8 million deal that keeps co-founder Fanning



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2010 Apr.22 Clean-tech IPO brings $78 M to Codexis  A startup that makes designer enzymes for pharmaceuticals and biofuel production, sold its shares for the first time on the Nasdaq exchange



Redwood City, Business Earnings Timeline ... See Bay Area Earnings timeline, World Earnings timeline Top ^
2015 Jul.30 Electronic Arts falls as new 2016 outlook disappoints
2009 Feb.3 Electronic Arts posts wider loss



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2004 Jan.30   $51,000 for spot next to Peterson trial  San Mateo County charges $51,000 television stations seeking a spot outside the County courthouse



Redwood City, Business Job Cut Timeline ... See Bay Area Job Cut timeline, World Job Cut timeline Top ^
2010 Feb.10 County To Cut Dozens Of Vacant Jobs  Dozens of vacant jobs will be eliminated from San Mateo County's payroll as officials move to chip away at the budget deficit 2009 Nov.9 Electronic Arts Plans Layoffs After Losses
2001 Oct.29 Openwave to cut 300 jobs



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2002 Sep.3 Napster as Company Folds  The company had closed its doors and terminated all but a few of its remaining 42 staffers as it prepared for Chapter 7 liquidation Jun.3 Napster files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
  Industry heavyweight Bertelsmann AG follows through on a plan to take over what's left of the Internet music-swapping service
2001 Dec.4 ExciteAtHome will cease in February
  Bankrupt company will discontinue high-speed Internet service after reaching a deal with cable partners



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2011 Feb.17 Obama meets with Silicon Valley tech elite Map of Ca%F1ada Community College Redwood City
  President Barack Obama invited Steve Jobs, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and Google CEO Eric Schmidt
2003 May.19 Roxio plans bring back Napster name. Santa Clara 2001 Sep.24 Deal with music publishers. Napster



Redwood City, Business Bad Economic News Timeline ... See Bay Area Bad Economic News timeline, World Bad Economic News timeline Top ^
2008 Dec.18 Economy A Factor In CO Poisoning




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2013 Sep.27 Trio of Silicon Valley IPOs eases fears of new tech bubble  Redwood City's RingCentral. San Francisco cleantech company Pattern Energy. Mountain View-based Violin Memory Sep.19 FireEye, Rocket Fuel IPOs go for top dollar  Milpitas: Security software company FireEye priced its IPO a whopping $3 higher per share. Advertising-technology company Rocket Fuel revised range at...



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2009 Jun.29 EA makes another stab at online gaming
2001 Jul.2 Napster goes dark  Napster wants to transform itself into a company for paying customers May.24 Newborns get Internet address Apr.10 Judge may shut down Napster Feb.12 Court to stop Napster



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2013 Sep.17 EA stays in-house with new CEO
  Electronic Arts announced that its new CEO will be a young executive from its own ranks, the head of its EA Sports division, Andrew Wilson
Mar.18 Electronic Arts CEO steps down
  Video game publisher says its chief executive, John Riccitiello, will step down on March 30. The company has named Larry Probst as executive chairman
2011 Feb.18 Obama 'friends' Mark Zuckerberg  US President Barack Obama has met Silicon Valley bosses, including Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg 2002 May.14 Founder and CEO both step down  Napster: Konrad Hilbers, chief executive officer, and Shawn Fanning, who created the song-swap program, both resigned 2001 Nov.2 Hearst leaves ExciteAtHome  Vice chairman William R. Hearst III has resigned Jul.23 Napster drops interim CEO



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2010 Oct.26 Zynga outpaces Electronic Arts




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2009 May.13 Developer proposes 12,000 homes  A major environmental battle could be in the works after Arizona-based DMB Associates unveiled plans to build homes along bayfront



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2008 Jul.29 EA Expects Sharp Growth




Redwood City, Business Entertainment Timeline ... See Bay Area Entertainment timeline, World Entertainment timeline Top ^
2012 Jul.19 DreamWorks opens new campus
. 94063 2006 Aug.31 Madden Game Grosses $100m In 1 Week



Redwood City, Business Business Obituary Timeline ... See Bay Area Business Obituary timeline, World Business Obituary timeline Top ^
2008 Dec.22 Ex-Lockheed president dies  A. Carl Kotchian admitted in the 1970s to paying millions in bribes in an international scandal that brought down Japan's prime minister