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Summary.     Click for More > Shelter opened Drive-by shooting Judge Pulls Plug on Napster Napster remains online $2.7 mil. to fired employee Extortion charges Federal: Napster Violates Law Ellison is 2nd-richest in USA Murder-Suicide on Freeway Napster suggests montly fee Lieberman raised $3.2 M Oracle to Build Complex in Dublin Dies After Eating In Restaurant  Dozens of other diners are sick, county closes Viva Mexico restaurant MTV, Excite@Home begin partnership Oracle Beats Expectations Officers Kill Robbery Suspect Engineer accused of stabbing Residents Not Home During Fire
Interfaith To Press for Affordable Homes  200 members of Peninsula Interfaith Action are expected to attend a rally Big Gain In Income  Software titan is posting an 80% jump in income for the 3rd quarter on strong demand for its database licenses Former Executive Sues Over Termination  Randy Baker, 55, has sued the database giant for suddenly firing him in February, just 6 months before retirement Oracle spy on Microsoft President resign
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  Oracle's No. 2 executive, Raymond J. Lane, quit after 8 years.
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Interfaith To Press for Affordable Homes


January 2000 ... more > Top ^
Jan.31  
  200 members of Peninsula Interfaith Action are expected to attend a rally


March 2000 ... more > Top ^
Mar.15   Big Gain In Income
  Software titan is posting an 80% jump in income for the 3rd quarter on strong demand for its database licenses


May 2000 ... more > Top ^
May.13   Former Executive Sues Over Termination
  Randy Baker, 55, has sued the database giant for suddenly firing him in February, just 6 months before retirement


June 2000 ... more > Top ^
Jun.10  Superintendent charged on approving loans to emploees Jun.15  City overwhelmed by donations Jun.28     Oracle spy on Microsoft  Larry Ellison confirmed Oracle hires private investigators to spy on allies of Microsoft.

July 2000 ... more > Top ^
Jul.3   President resign
  Oracle's No. 2 executive, Raymond J. Lane, quit after 8 years.
Jul.5  Ferry to SF? Jul.12   Shelter opened  Shelter for homeless families includes a licensed child-care center  Napster hires VP Jul.17  Schools improved Jul.21  Suit against Ellison to be dismissed Jul.23   Drive-by shooting  2 men were sent to Stanford Medical Center Jul.27   Judge Pulls Plug on Napster  Federal judge grant a preliminary injunction to shut down Napster's song-swapping service. 757,000 MP3 files were still being traded in 6,857... Jul.28   Napster remains online  2 federal appellate judges granted Napster a stay. Recording Industry Association of America could still appeal the stay.  Cocain found Jul.31  Drive-By Shooting

August 2000 ... more > Top ^
Aug.9  Phone.com, Software.com merging Aug.12  Pedestrian killed Aug.18   $2.7 mil. to fired employee   Jury awards $2.7 million to Oracle employee who was fired. She was pregnant and blew whistle Napster says: No law violation Aug.24   Extortion charges  Jury adds new extortion charges to East Palo Alto councilman and former mayor Aug.29 Human Rights Activist Dies

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Sep.7 Housekeeper Arrested
Sep.8   Federal: Napster Violates Law  Government says music-sharing service is not protected under a key copyright law Sep.11 Ellison foregoes salary for stock Sep.14 Oracle Earnings Double Sep.21     Ellison is 2nd-richest in USA  $5 billion behind Bill Gates Sep.22 Excite CEO resigns Sep.25 Virtual Drug Testing Sep.26   Murder-Suicide on Freeway   Man and a woman apparently shot dead on Highway 101 near Whipple Avenue Shot in Head Bush presses education Sep.28 Dies After Being Shot

October 2000 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2   Napster suggests montly fee
  After 2nd day at court CEO Hank Barry suggests a business plan for monthly fees Teen girls site is down
Oct.10   Lieberman raised $3.2 M
  120 high-tech and Jewish community leaders gathrered for senator campain. Oct.13   Oracle to Build Complex in Dublin
  Oracle Corp. is proposing a 12-acre 830,000-square-foot office complex for 2,800 workers Oct.24 Fatal Accident on Hwy 92 Oct.27   Dies After Eating In Restaurant
  Dozens of other diners are sick, county closes Viva Mexico restaurant
Oracle to swap with nCube Oct.30 Dead in Swimming Pool Oct.31 Bertelsmann, Napster new service Girl assaulted

November 2000 ... more > Top ^
Nov.8 Oracle stock fell 6 %
Nov.14 Oracle in Alliance with Citigroup Nov.15   MTV, Excite@Home begin partnership  A new site offers music video clips, news from the cable TV network One of Napster's first employees leaves Woodside to allow live in barns Nov.17 Oracle loses vice president Nov.21 Toxic Chemicals Dumped Nov.29 $1 billion VC fund abandoned Restaurant Reopens

December 2000 ... more > Top ^
Dec.6 Oracle to be Microsoft of E-Business
Dec.7 Napster hired vice president Dec.14   Oracle Beats Expectations  Stronger-than-expected sales of business management software. Iincome rose 62% to $623 million Dec.20   Officers Kill Robbery Suspect  Man armed with a pistol was inside Longs Drug Store, ordering managers to open the safe. Dec.22 Shooting Suspect Arrested Dec.25   Engineer accused of stabbing  Software engineer is accused of stabbing a cab driver after becoming angry about ruined flight plans Dec.26   Residents Not Home During Fire  Was sparked in a dislodged water heater vent.



Murder-Suicide on Freeway   Man and a woman apparently shot dead on Highway 101 near Whipple Avenue Fatal Accident on Hwy 92 Dies After Eating In Restaurant




Southern San Mateo County, 2000 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Aug.12  Pedestrian killed
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Oct.27
  Dozens of other diners are sick, county closes Viva Mexico restaurant
Oct.30 Dead in Swimming Pool
Nov.21 Toxic Chemicals Dumped Nov.29 Restaurant Reopens Dec.26 Residents Not Home During Fire  Was sparked in a dislodged water heater vent.



Southern San Mateo County, 2000 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2000 Jun.10  Superintendent charged on approving loans to emploees Jul.17  Schools improved



Southern San Mateo County, 2000 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2000 Jan.31 Interfaith To Press for Affordable Homes
  200 members of Peninsula Interfaith Action are expected to attend a rally
Mar.15 Big Gain In Income
  Software titan is posting an 80% jump in income for the 3rd quarter on strong demand for its database licenses
May.13 Former Executive Sues Over Termination
  Randy Baker, 55, has sued the database giant for suddenly firing him in February, just 6 months before retirement
Jul.3 President resign
  Oracle's No. 2 executive, Raymond J. Lane, quit after 8 years.
Jul.5  Ferry to SF? Jul.12  Napster hires VP Jul.21  Suit against Ellison to be dismissed Jul.27 Judge Pulls Plug on Napster  Federal judge grant a preliminary injunction to shut down Napster's song-swapping service. 757,000 MP3 files were still being traded in 6,857... Jul.28 Napster remains online  2 federal appellate judges granted Napster a stay. Recording Industry Association of America could still appeal the stay. Aug.9  Phone.com, Software.com merging Aug.18 $2.7 mil. to fired employee   Jury awards $2.7 million to Oracle employee who was fired. She was pregnant and blew whistle Aug.18 Napster says: No law violation Sep.8 Federal: Napster Violates Law  Government says music-sharing service is not protected under a key copyright law Sep.11 Ellison foregoes salary for stock Sep.14 Oracle Earnings Double Sep.21   Ellison is 2nd-richest in USA  $5 billion behind Bill Gates Sep.22 Excite CEO resigns Sep.25 Virtual Drug Testing Oct.2 Napster suggests montly fee  After 2nd day at court CEO Hank Barry suggests a business plan for monthly fees Oct.2 Teen girls site is down Oct.13 Oracle to Build Complex in Dublin  Oracle Corp. is proposing a 12-acre 830,000-square-foot office complex for 2,800 workers Oct.27 Oracle to swap with nCube Oct.31 Bertelsmann, Napster new service Nov.8 Oracle stock fell 6 % Nov.14 Oracle in Alliance with Citigroup Nov.15 MTV, Excite@Home begin partnership  A new site offers music video clips, news from the cable TV network Nov.15 One of Napster's first employees leaves Nov.15 Woodside to allow live in barns Nov.17 Oracle loses vice president Nov.29 $1 billion VC fund abandoned Nov.29 Restaurant Reopens Dec.6 Oracle to be Microsoft of E-Business Dec.7 Napster hired vice president Dec.14 Oracle Beats Expectations  Stronger-than-expected sales of business management software. Iincome rose 62% to $623 million



Southern San Mateo County, 2000 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2000 Jun.10  Superintendent charged on approving loans to emploees Jul.23 Drive-by shooting  2 men were sent to Stanford Medical Center Jul.28  Cocain found Jul.31  Drive-By Shooting Aug.12  Pedestrian killed Aug.24 Extortion charges  Jury adds new extortion charges to East Palo Alto councilman and former mayor Sep.7 Housekeeper Arrested
Sep.26 Murder-Suicide on Freeway   Man and a woman apparently shot dead on Highway 101 near Whipple Avenue Sep.26 Shot in Head Sep.28 Dies After Being Shot Oct.31 Girl assaulted Dec.20 Officers Kill Robbery Suspect  Man armed with a pistol was inside Longs Drug Store, ordering managers to open the safe. Dec.22 Shooting Suspect Arrested Dec.25 Engineer accused of stabbing  Software engineer is accused of stabbing a cab driver after becoming angry about ruined flight plans



Southern San Mateo County, 2000 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2000 Jan.31 Interfaith To Press for Affordable Homes
  200 members of Peninsula Interfaith Action are expected to attend a rally
Jun.15  City overwhelmed by donations Jun.28   Oracle spy on Microsoft  Larry Ellison confirmed Oracle hires private investigators to spy on allies of Microsoft. Jul.12 Shelter opened  Shelter for homeless families includes a licensed child-care center Jul.21  Suit against Ellison to be dismissed Jul.27 Judge Pulls Plug on Napster  Federal judge grant a preliminary injunction to shut down Napster's song-swapping service. 757,000 MP3 files were still being traded in 6,857... Jul.28 Napster remains online  2 federal appellate judges granted Napster a stay. Recording Industry Association of America could still appeal the stay. Aug.18 $2.7 mil. to fired employee   Jury awards $2.7 million to Oracle employee who was fired. She was pregnant and blew whistle Aug.18 Napster says: No law violation Aug.29 Human Rights Activist Dies Sep.8 Federal: Napster Violates Law  Government says music-sharing service is not protected under a key copyright law Sep.26 Bush presses education Oct.2 Napster suggests montly fee  After 2nd day at court CEO Hank Barry suggests a business plan for monthly fees Oct.10 Lieberman raised $3.2 M  120 high-tech and Jewish community leaders gathrered for senator campain. Nov.15 Woodside to allow live in barns