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Ariba Loss Widens  Loss of $48.3 million is in line with lowered expectations, pressured by a slowing economy SGI to cut 15% of work force Marimba Cutting Workforce 20% Ariba promotes exec to CEO SGI names Covert president 2012 Olympic bid  Plan included an Olympic Village on Moffett Field in Mountain View. The overall cost is $2.2 billion Peregrine to buy Remedy Helicopter crashes  Helicopter Hughes 369 crew was doing PG&E line maintenance. Aircraft made contact with a tower. 2 injured Silicon Graphics beats expectations Webby Awards
Agile merges with Ariba  B2B software maker Ariba Inc. plans to acquire Agile Software Corp. for $2.55 billion in stock Microsoft new lab  A research lab where e-commerce companies can test the reliability of their software applications Ariba to cut 1/3 of workforce


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  Software maker is expecting to post a significant loss for the quarter
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  A sold-out crowd of 3,000 attended. Wiiners include Google, Doug Englebart, Ray Tomlinson, sputnik7


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  Co-founder Larry Page becomes president of products division. Sergey Brin was named president for technology
Kontiki founded by Netscape veterans Aug.8   New Microsoft research group  Research unit will be in Mountain View to focus on Internet Aug.31 Fatal Accident on Highway 85

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Sep.1   Navy to retool clean up plan  The Navy will consult a government agency on the cleanup of airfield, which is contaminated with PCBs, DDT and metals Sep.6   Teen Averts Attempted Kidnapping
  Man drove by the 13-year-old girl at a shopping center and tried to pull her into his car. She striking him in the face
Sep.17     129th Air Rescue Wing on alert  The command and control crews have been called to active duty. All vehicles are subject to random checks Sep.26   Anti-communist Vietnamese leader dies  Nguyen Ton Hoan was a head of the Dai Viet that opposed North Vietnamese rule. He was 84

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Oct.26   Shares of VeriSign plunge 20%  3rd-quarter results exceeded expectations Oct.29   Housing Impact Fee proposal  Non-profit group hope the City passes a proposal requires new business developments to pay a per-square-foot fee

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Nov.9   Bike-Riding Attacker
  Sexual predator has attacked at least 4 women on city streets and along park trail Nov.11   Best hospital in nursing care  El Camino Hospital has been rated the number one over 120 hospitals by Professional Research Consultants Nov.14   $285 million for office  VeriSign sets record price in Silicon Valley: $730 per square foot Nov.20   Mayor rejects abuse charges  Mario Ambra has pleaded innocent that he was pressuring city employees to deny two development applications Nov.22   Police boss named  Scott S.G. Vermeer was Menlo Park Police Chief

December 2001 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3   MedImmune to buy Aviron
  MedImmune Inc. is paying about $1.3 billion in stock for the maker of a nasal-spray flu vaccine Dec.17   Mayor accused of land grab  Mario Ambra wanted to turn his family's 2-acre spread into a rich dealership or condominiums Dec.20   Mayor Accused of Abusing Authority
  Prosecutors have charged Mario Ambra with using his authority for his own financial benefit




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