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Summary.     Click for More >   Bin Laden aide visited mosque in 1990s  Ayman Al Zawahari used a fake name, and was soliciting funds for Afghan refugees Intel meet expectations Transmeta CEO replaced Moore invests $4.6B into philanthropy Tentative deal to take BART south Troubled 3Com won't renew name Revenue to beat forecasts Applied Materials to cut 1,700 jobs 3Com beats expectations
$20 Million Gift Intel net income drop 80% Intel Launches Pentium 4 Chip  Processor has 1.7 GHz. The price is $352 3Com cuts 3,000 jobs G. Moore steps down from board Covad shows $1.4 billion loss 3Com loses $518 million Fastest Chips  Chips are running at 1.6 billion and 1.8 billion cycles per second. Company sees 2 gigahertz soon Motorcycle slams into van. 2 dead Intel beats expectations  In the 3-month period it had a net profit of $196 million Intel launches fastest Pentium Quarter revenue as expected Guilty for copying specs of chip Exodus files for bankruptcy protection
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  Exodus Communications said business will continue to operate. Company has obtained $200 million in debtor financing
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Network Assoc. names new CEO Intel beats expectations Applied Materials beat expectations Intel to cut 5,000 jobs 3Com loss worse than expected $20 Million Gift  Business Wire has pledged money to create a learning center. It's largest gift to Santa Clara University in its history Intel net income drop 80%  Results beat analysts' expectations. Some of company businesses will feel the effects of the economic slowdown Intel Launches Pentium 4 Chip


January 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1  Portable MP3 player
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Jan.15  Layoffs at 3Com
 Intel acquires Xircom
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Jan.29  Energy-saving microprocessors


February 2001 ... more > Top ^
Feb.13
Feb.16  Riverstone Networks: IPO
Feb.20  Molester Sought in Kidnap Try
 Intel Slashes Spending
Feb.26  3Com Cutting Hundreds of Jobs
 Intel to Buy VxTel for $550 Million
Feb.28  Optical Networking Chips
 3Com lowers revenue


March 2001 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1  CEO trades posts with president
Mar.2  Students Try Homelessness
Mar.8
 Nat. Semicond. beats expectations
Mar.9  Jury recommends death
Mar.16  Fast processor for laptops
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Mar.23  Greeks Being Phased Out University
 3Com announces more job cuts


April 2001 ... more > Top ^
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Apr.11  Former FCC chairman to join board
Apr.12  Feinstein meets high-tech CEOs
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Apr.23  
  Processor has 1.7 GHz. The price is $352


May 2001 ... more > Top ^
May.7   3Com cuts 3,000 jobs
  Company plans to cut 30% of its work force, to help return to profitability May.8 Nat. Semiconductor cut 1,100 jobs May.9  Exodus to cut 15% jobs May.10  Santa Clara cooling to A's ballpark May.11 Intel Science Fair May.13  Officers Shoot Man With Knife May.15  Applied Materials misses expectations May.21  Processors for Workstations May.24   G. Moore steps down from board  He will continue as chairman emeritus and director emeritus. Moore's Law still describes growth in the high-tech   Covad shows $1.4 billion loss  DSL provider lowered its results for previous quarters. Report was delayed  Transmeta licenses from AMD May.29  Next-generation processor

June 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jun.5 Covad finds new CEO
Jun.7  Revenue within expectations Jun.8  3Com scraps modem lines Jun.9  World's Smallest, Fastest Transistor Jun.12 SONICblue cut jobs by 30% Jun.13 Integrated Device to cut 900 jobs Jun.20  Intel to Consider Cuts Jun.21  Exodus stock plunges  Shares of Transmeta fall 54%  Teachers vie for prized housing Jun.26   3Com loses $518 million  Company failed to meet analysts' reduced expectations

July 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2   Fastest Chips
  Chips are running at 1.6 billion and 1.8 billion cycles per second. Company sees 2 gigahertz soon
Jul.5  Sexual assault Jul.9   Motorcycle slams into van. 2 dead   Van struck the concrete center divider on I-101. 5 minutes later, a motorcycle ran into the rear end of van Jul.17   Intel beats expectations
  In the 3-month period it had a net profit of $196 million
Jul.30  Low-power processors for laptops

August 2001 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2  Covad CFO steps down Aug.14  Applied Materials beats expectations Aug.21  Intel discontinues Rex organizer line Aug.22  Intel to release fastest Pentium Aug.23  Santa Clara Won't Talk to A's  Exodus considers takeover Aug.27   Intel launches fastest Pentium  Pentium 4 is to hit 2 gigahertz. Company cut prices on its 1.3, 1.4 and 1.5 GHz Pentium 4 processors to $133 each Aug.28  3.5 GHz processor

September 2001 ... more > Top ^
Sep.4  Hancock resigns from Exodus Sep.5  Second Fruit Fly Species Sep.6   Quarter revenue as expected  3d-quarter revenues are on track with forecasts. Revenue for the 3 months will be slightly below the midpoint of the range Sep.10  New chipset for Pentium 4 Sep.12  SONICblue cut another 90 jobs Sep.15   Guilty for copying specs of chip  Say Lye Ow pleads guilty copying computer files about the design and testing of Merced microprocessor Sep.17  Rambus reached pact with Intel Sep.19  3Com below forecasts, cuts jobs Sep.20  Applied Materials cut work force by 2% Sep.22  Parents of victim calling for peace Sep.25  Intel names first CTO Sep.26   Exodus files for bankruptcy protection
  Exodus Communications said business will continue to operate. Company has obtained $200 million in debtor financing
Sep.27  Car-Based Devices Sep.29  83-year-old woman missing

October 2001 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2  Peribit Networks names CEO Oct.7  Tiny packaging for chips Oct.11     Bin Laden aide visited mosque in 1990s
  Ayman Al Zawahari used a fake name, and was soliciting funds for Afghan refugees
Oct.13  Cheerleading Competition Oct.16   Intel meet expectations  3rd-quarter profits fell 96%. Company doubts about consumer confidence during holiday season     Transmeta CEO replaced  Mark K. Allen, was replaced by Chairman Murray A. Goldman just 7 months after his appointment Oct.17  $186.9 million loss Oct.19 Consumer electronics division to close Oct.24 Orderly faces sexual battery charges University gets $15 million

November 2001 ... more > Top ^
Nov.4   Moore invests $4.6B into philanthropy  Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation focuses on higher education, environmental causes and medical and scientific research Nov.7   Tentative deal to take BART south  BART and Valley Transportation Authority announced a deal to take BART from Fremont to San Jose and Santa Clara Nov.9 Intel sets up R&D lab near UC
Nov.13 Low-Power Pentium III for Servers Covad gets $150 million loan Electric-hybrid buses Nov.19 Feds allege insider trading Nov.25 Breakthrough in Transistor Design Nov.28   Troubled 3Com won't renew name  3Com intends to take its name off the former Candlestick Park when deal with 49ers expires at the end of the season

December 2001 ... more > Top ^
Dec.6   Revenue to beat forecasts  Revenue for the 3 months will be between $6.7 billion and $6.9 billion Dec.9 Moore pledges $261M to conservation
Dec.11 Sentenced for copying trade secrets Dec.12   Applied Materials to cut 1,700 jobs  Chip equipment maker will cut 10% of its work force, in response to the semiconductor industry slump Transmeta offers gloomy guidance Dec.13 Covad to emerge from bankruptcy Dec.14 Intel lost patent case Dec.16 Palestinian has sued Macy's for firing Dec.18   3Com beats expectations  Network equipment maker's loss narrowed and businesses showed signs of improvement Dec.19 Officer-involved shooting Dec.21 Biotech companies patent settle suits