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Intel had better fourth quarter than analysts expected Oracle slashes at least 900 Santa Clara jobs    95054: Oracle has chopped several hundred jobs worldwide, including more than 900 in Santa Clara in the hardware and Solaris operating system orga... Mobileye agreed to be bought by Intel for $15 billion  The Israeli technology company up $13.35 to $60.62 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 Former Intel chief Andy Grove dies at 79  Grove, the former Intel Corp. chief executive survived Nazi occupation and went on to build the world’s largest chip manufacturing company Cisco in $1.4 billion Internet of Things deal for Jasper Intel buying chip designer Altera for about $16.7 billion  The deal comes after an earlier round of talks between the two companies ended in April. The transaction is the latest in ongoing consolidat... OmniVision agrees to Chinese group's $1.9 billion acquisition bid Ceremony marking opening of Levi's Stadium   The chief executive of the 49ers, coach Jim Harbaugh cut ribbons, marking the opening of the $1.3 billion stadium after 27 months of constru... Intel to cut more than 5,000 jobs as revenues stagnate Fatal accident halts work at 49ers new stadium Map of 49ers stadium Santa Clara  Levi's Stadium: A steel contractor from the Napa Reinforcing Steel facility was severely injured when a load of rebar from his truck broke loose as it was being unloaded Family mourns worker killed at 49ers' Levi's Stadium Map of Levi%27s Stadium Santa Clara  63-year-old construction worker Don White was standing on a ladder beneath the elevator counterweight when the counterweight struck him Intel taps COO Krzanich as chipmaker's next CEO  Intel has chosen its chief operating officer, Brian Krzanich, as its new CEO. Krzanich, who is 52, will replace Paul Otellini on May 16 Intel CEO Paul Otellini to retire in May  Otellini will retire in May after 8 years at the helm, leaving his successor the challenge of adapting to a shift in demand toward mobile devices 49ers celebrate stadium groundbreaking Map of 4701 Great America Pkwy Santa Clara  Levi's Stadium: The 49ers celebrated the groundbreaking for construction on their new $1.2 billion stadium in Santa Clara Texas Instruments buying Nat Semi
Jan.27


year 2017 Top ^

Oct.27  Intel Corp., up $3.05 to $44.40
Sep.5
Mar.13
Jan.26  Intel tops Street 4Q forecasts


year 2016 Top ^

Jul.20  Intel tops 2Q profit forecasts
Apr.19
Mar.21
Feb.17  Nvidia beats 4Q profit forecasts
Feb.8  SFO sees crush of passengers as NFL fans head out
Feb.3
Jan.14  Intel stock sags despite beating Wall Street 4Q forecasts
Jan.8  Thermo Fisher adds Affymetrix to biotech toolkit for $1.3B


year 2015 Top ^

Nov.5  Nvidia beats Street 3Q forecasts
Oct.20  Hotel room rates skyrocketing for Super Bowl 50 weekend
Aug.6  Nvidia rises aftermarket on 2Q results
Jul.15  Intel 2nd-quarter results surpass estimates
Jul.2  Intel President Renee James ends 28-year career with chip giant
Jun.1
Apr.30
Apr.27  Applied Materials, Tokyo Electron cancel merger
Apr.14  Intel tops 1Q profit forecasts
Jan.15  Intel produces record sales in first full year under Krzanich


year 2014 Top ^

Oct.14  Intel profit up 12 percent in 3rd quarter
Aug.17  Official encourage public transportation to 49ers game
Jul.17
Jun.6  Arista Networks soaring after IPO
Jan.17


year 2013 Top ^

Oct.14
Jun.11
May.2


year 2012 Top ^

Nov.19
Apr.19
Jan.10  New Intel chip on Motorola phones


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.3  49ers, Santa Clara secure loan
Oct.18  Shares boosted by 17% rise in profits
May.18  Intel CEO touts power-saving chip focus
May.7  Applied Materials buying Varian
Apr.4
  Texas Instruments Inc., the second-largest U.S. chipmaker, agreed to buy National Semiconductor Corp. for $6.5 billion
 National Semiconductor shareholders will get $25 a share in the all-cash transaction, a 78 percent premium above National Semr's closing price Monday of $14.07
Jan.31 Intel finds chip design error Jan.13 Intel sees record profits Jan.10  Intel to pay Nvidia $1.5 B in patent deal

year 2010 Top ^

Aug.27  Intel trims 3Q sales forecast Aug.19 Intel To Buy McAfee In $7.68 Billion Deal
  Intel Corp. is making the biggest acquisition in its 42-year history with the takeover of computer-security software maker
 The dea will help Intel improve the security of its chips by sharpening the software that goes into them
Aug.4 Intel agrees to settlement
Jul.13 Intel Posts Biggest Profit In A Decade Jan.14  4Q Profit Climbs As PC Market Turns

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.16 FTC sues Intel
Nov.16  Intel raising dividend 12.5% Nov.12 Intel to pay AMD $1.25 billion  The companies finally found common ground in a bitter and colorful dispute that caused international antitrust trouble for Intel Nov.11 HP to buy 3Com for $2.7B; ups guidance
  Hewlett-Packard is buying the networking company. HP raised its 2010 guidance and reported preliminary quarterly earnings that topped forecasts
Aug.28  Intel jumps on sales forecast Jul.14 Shares soar as chip maker tops forecast
. Intel Jun.4 Intel To Buy Wind River May.13 EU slaps a record $1.45bn fine on Intel  Computer chipmaker Intel has been fined a 1.06bn euros by the European Commission for anti-competitive practices May.12  CEO: So Far, So Good In 2nd Quarter Apr.15  Shares fall despite bullish PC prediction Apr.14  Intel Says PC Sales Beginning To Improve Mar.27  Agilent to restructure, lay off 2,700 Mar.11 National Semi to cut quarter of workforce Jan.23  Chairman Craig Barrett to retire Jan.22 Intel to lay off up to 6,000
  Intel is consolidating its manufacturing operations as a part of a restructuring bid that will affect jobs from the U.S to the Philippines
Jan.15  4Q profit plunges 90%, meets forecasts Jan.7  Intel Will Miss Its Lowered 4Q Targets 4th-quarter revenue misses outlook
. Intel

year 2008 Top ^

Oct.1  SEC charges two with insider trading Jul.17  EU hits Intel with fresh charges Jun.6 FTC opens antitrust probe
. Intel Jan.15  Wall Street punishes Intel on 4Q results Jan.4 Laptop Project Blames Intel for Breakup

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.15 Proposal for 49s stadium falls $51m short
Oct.17  43% increase in third-quarter earnings Oct.9 49ers to buy Great America for stadium  Levi's Stadium: The team might be willing to buy the theme park next to its proposed new stadium to resolve a lingering parking dispute Sep.10  Intel Raises 3Q Sales Outlook Jun.16 Great America Against 49ers Stadium Plan. Levi's Stadium Apr.24 49ers estimate stadium will cost $854m Jan.26 Chips push through nano-barrier. Intel

year 2006 Top ^

Dec.18  Intel To Develop Electronic Quran Oct.11 McAfee fires president; CEO retires  Antivirus software provider fired Kevin Weiss, and announced that George Samenuk will retire after options probe Sep.19  New Chip To Enable Super-Fast Downloads Sep.5 10,500 Layoffs Announced
  Intel: Semiconductor giant is laying off employees as part of a massive restructuring effort to reverse sinking profits.    Most of the job cuts will come from the management, marketing and in...
Mar.3  Stocks Slip After Revenue Warning Jan.17  4th-quarter forecast missed

year 2005 Top ^

Oct.19  Profit up 5%, but shares decline Jul.19 Record Sales As Earning Grow. Intel Jun.28 AMD files antitrust suit against Intel May.23 Apple considering jumping to Intel chips May.18 Otellini succeeding Barrett as CEO. Intel Apr.20  Strong sales boost profit by 25% Mar.11  Profit Forecast Rised

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.11   Otellini to succeed Barrett as CEO  Intel: The 30-year Intel veteran oversaw the launch of the Pentium processor in the 1990s. He was president and CFO fom 2002 Sep.2 Financial forecast lowered for 3rd quarter
. Intel Jul.13 2nd-quarter earnings nearly double. Intel

year 2003 Top ^

Jun.30 Court Rules Against Intel in Spam Case
May.5 3Com moving to Massachusetts Mar.12  Wireless Computer Chips Unveiled

year 2002 Top ^

Jul.16 4,000 jobs trimmed  Intel: Chip-making giant posted disappointing second-quarter earnings. Most of the reductions will be made through attrition

year 2001 Top ^

Sep.26  Exodus files for bankruptcy protection Jul.17  Intel beats expectations Apr.23  Intel Launches Pentium 4 Chip

year 2000 Top ^

Nov.20 Intel Introduces Pentium 4  1st new desktop processor design since the Pentium Pro processor in 1995 Jan.14  Record results, revenues, income increase


Mobileye agreed to be bought by Intel for $15 billion  The Israeli technology company up $13.35 to $60.62 Cisco in $1.4 billion Internet of Things deal for Jasper Intel buying chip designer Altera for about $16.7 billion  The deal comes after an earlier round of talks between the two companies ended in April. The transaction is the latest in ongoing consolidat... OmniVision agrees to Chinese group's $1.9 billion acquisition bid Texas Instruments buying Nat Semi




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2011
Dec.3  49ers, Santa Clara secure loan




Santa Clara, Business Merger and Acquisition Timeline ... See Bay Area Merger and Acquisition timeline, World Merger and Acquisition timeline Top ^
2017
Mar.13
2016
Feb.3
Jan.8  Thermo Fisher adds Affymetrix to biotech toolkit for $1.3B
2015
Jun.1
Apr.30
Apr.27  Applied Materials, Tokyo Electron cancel merger
2011
May.7  Applied Materials buying Varian
Apr.4
  Texas Instruments Inc., the second-largest U.S. chipmaker, agreed to buy National Semiconductor Corp. for $6.5 billion
 National Semiconductor shareholders will get $25 a share in the all-cash transaction, a 78 percent premium above National Semr's closing price Monday of $14.07
2010 Aug.19 Intel To Buy McAfee In $7.68 Billion Deal
  Intel Corp. is making the biggest acquisition in its 42-year history with the takeover of computer-security software maker
 The dea will help Intel improve the security of its chips by sharpening the software that goes into them
2009 Nov.11 HP to buy 3Com for $2.7B; ups guidance
  Hewlett-Packard is buying the networking company. HP raised its 2010 guidance and reported preliminary quarterly earnings that topped forecasts
Jun.4 Intel To Buy Wind River



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2018 Jan.27 Intel had better fourth quarter than analysts expected
2017 Oct.27  Intel Corp., up $3.05 to $44.40 Jan.26  Intel tops Street 4Q forecasts 2016 Jul.20  Intel tops 2Q profit forecasts Feb.17  Nvidia beats 4Q profit forecasts Jan.14  Intel stock sags despite beating Wall Street 4Q forecasts 2015 Nov.5  Nvidia beats Street 3Q forecasts Aug.6  Nvidia rises aftermarket on 2Q results Jul.15  Intel 2nd-quarter results surpass estimates Apr.14  Intel tops 1Q profit forecasts Jan.15  Intel produces record sales in first full year under Krzanich 2014 Oct.14  Intel profit up 12 percent in 3rd quarter 2011 Jan.13 Intel sees record profits 2010 Aug.27  Intel trims 3Q sales forecast Jul.13 Intel Posts Biggest Profit In A Decade Jan.14  4Q Profit Climbs As PC Market Turns 2009 Aug.28  Intel jumps on sales forecast Jul.14 Shares soar as chip maker tops forecast. Intel May.12  CEO: So Far, So Good In 2nd Quarter Jan.15  4Q profit plunges 90%, meets forecasts Jan.7  Intel Will Miss Its Lowered 4Q Targets Jan.7 4th-quarter revenue misses outlook. Intel 2007 Oct.17  43% increase in third-quarter earnings Sep.10  Intel Raises 3Q Sales Outlook 2006 Mar.3  Stocks Slip After Revenue Warning Jan.17  4th-quarter forecast missed 2005 Oct.19  Profit up 5%, but shares decline Jul.19 Record Sales As Earning Grow. Intel Apr.20  Strong sales boost profit by 25% Mar.11  Profit Forecast Rised 2004 Sep.2 Financial forecast lowered for 3rd quarter. Intel Jul.13 2nd-quarter earnings nearly double. Intel 2001 Jul.17  Intel beats expectations



Santa Clara, Business Job Cut Timeline ... See Bay Area Job Cut timeline, World Job Cut timeline Top ^
2017 Sep.5 Oracle slashes at least 900 Santa Clara jobs    95054: Oracle has chopped several hundred jobs worldwide, including more than 900 in Santa Clara in the hardware and Solaris operating system orga... 2016 Apr.19 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 2014 Jan.17 Intel to cut more than 5,000 jobs as revenues stagnate
2009 Mar.27  Agilent to restructure, lay off 2,700 Mar.11 National Semi to cut quarter of workforce Jan.22 Intel to lay off up to 6,000
  Intel is consolidating its manufacturing operations as a part of a restructuring bid that will affect jobs from the U.S to the Philippines
2006 Sep.5 10,500 Layoffs Announced
  Intel: Semiconductor giant is laying off employees as part of a massive restructuring effort to reverse sinking profits.    Most of the job cuts will come from the management, marketing and in...
2002 Jul.16 4,000 jobs trimmed  Intel: Chip-making giant posted disappointing second-quarter earnings. Most of the reductions will be made through attrition



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2001 Sep.26  Exodus files for bankruptcy protection



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2014 Jun.6  Arista Networks soaring after IPO 2012 Jan.10  New Intel chip on Motorola phones 2011 Oct.18  Shares boosted by 17% rise in profits May.18  Intel CEO touts power-saving chip focus Jan.31 Intel finds chip design error 2009 Nov.12 Intel to pay AMD $1.25 billion  The companies finally found common ground in a bitter and colorful dispute that caused international antitrust trouble for Intel Apr.14  Intel Says PC Sales Beginning To Improve 2008 Jul.17  EU hits Intel with fresh charges Jun.6 FTC opens antitrust probe. Intel Jan.4 Laptop Project Blames Intel for Breakup 2007 Jan.26 Chips push through nano-barrier. Intel 2006 Dec.18  Intel To Develop Electronic Quran Sep.19  New Chip To Enable Super-Fast Downloads 2005 May.23 Apple considering jumping to Intel chips 2003 May.5 3Com moving to Massachusetts Mar.12  Wireless Computer Chips Unveiled 2001 Apr.23  Intel Launches Pentium 4 Chip 2000 Nov.20 Intel Introduces Pentium 4  1st new desktop processor design since the Pentium Pro processor in 1995 Jan.14  Record results, revenues, income increase



Santa Clara, Business Business Lawsuit Timeline ... See Bay Area Business Lawsuit timeline, World Business Lawsuit timeline Top ^
2011 Jan.10  Intel to pay Nvidia $1.5 B in patent deal 2010 Aug.4 Intel agrees to settlement
2009 Dec.16 FTC sues Intel May.13 EU slaps a record $1.45bn fine on Intel  Computer chipmaker Intel has been fined a 1.06bn euros by the European Commission for anti-competitive practices 2005 Jun.28 AMD files antitrust suit against Intel 2003 Jun.30 Court Rules Against Intel in Spam Case



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2016 Feb.8  SFO sees crush of passengers as NFL fans head out



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2015 Oct.20  Hotel room rates skyrocketing for Super Bowl 50 weekend



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2009 Apr.15  Shares fall despite bullish PC prediction



Santa Clara, Business Public Transportation Timeline ... See Bay Area Public Transportation timeline, World Public Transportation timeline Top ^
2014 Aug.17  Official encourage public transportation to 49ers game



Santa Clara, Business Business Leaders Timeline ... See Bay Area Business Leaders timeline, World Business Leaders timeline Top ^
2015 Jul.2  Intel President Renee James ends 28-year career with chip giant 2013 May.2 Intel taps COO Krzanich as chipmaker's next CEO
  Intel has chosen its chief operating officer, Brian Krzanich, as its new CEO. Krzanich, who is 52, will replace Paul Otellini on May 16 2012 Nov.19 Intel CEO Paul Otellini to retire in May  Otellini will retire in May after 8 years at the helm, leaving his successor the challenge of adapting to a shift in demand toward mobile devices 2009 Jan.23  Chairman Craig Barrett to retire 2006 Oct.11 McAfee fires president; CEO retires  Antivirus software provider fired Kevin Weiss, and announced that George Samenuk will retire after options probe 2005 May.18 Otellini succeeding Barrett as CEO. Intel 2004 Nov.11 Otellini to succeed Barrett as CEO  Intel: The 30-year Intel veteran oversaw the launch of the Pentium processor in the 1990s. He was president and CFO fom 2002



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2014 Jul.17 Ceremony marking opening of Levi's Stadium   The chief executive of the 49ers, coach Jim Harbaugh cut ribbons, marking the opening of the $1.3 billion stadium after 27 months of constru... 2013 Oct.14 Fatal accident halts work at 49ers new stadium Map of 49ers stadium Santa Clara  Levi's Stadium: A steel contractor from the Napa Reinforcing Steel facility was severely injured when a load of rebar from his truck broke loose as it was being unloaded Jun.11 Family mourns worker killed at 49ers' Levi's Stadium Map of Levi%27s Stadium Santa Clara  63-year-old construction worker Don White was standing on a ladder beneath the elevator counterweight when the counterweight struck him 2012 Apr.19 49ers celebrate stadium groundbreaking Map of 4701 Great America Pkwy Santa Clara  Levi's Stadium: The 49ers celebrated the groundbreaking for construction on their new $1.2 billion stadium in Santa Clara 2007 Dec.15 Proposal for 49s stadium falls $51m short Jun.16 Great America Against 49ers Stadium Plan. Levi's Stadium Apr.24 49ers estimate stadium will cost $854m



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2009 Nov.16  Intel raising dividend 12.5% 2008 Oct.1  SEC charges two with insider trading Jan.15  Wall Street punishes Intel on 4Q results



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2007 Oct.9 49ers to buy Great America for stadium  Levi's Stadium: The team might be willing to buy the theme park next to its proposed new stadium to resolve a lingering parking dispute



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2016 Mar.21 Former Intel chief Andy Grove dies at 79  Grove, the former Intel Corp. chief executive survived Nazi occupation and went on to build the world’s largest chip manufacturing company