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Main Event: William Hewlett dead at 87
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01-12 William Hewlett dead at 87 Palo Alto
C. 07-26 HP cutting 6,000 jobs HP
D. 09-03 HP buying Compaq for $25 billion HP
E. 10-10 2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes Stanford

Summary.     Click for More > Founder family oppose Compaq deal CEO Yankowski resigns Yahoo to cut 400 jobs Agilent to cut 4,000 more jobs Packard Foundation against merger
William Hewlett dead at 87  He was an engineer who co-founded Hewlett-Packard Co. in a garage in 1938 and pioneered Silicon Valley Yahoo! CEO to step down Yahoo takes adult merchandise off Yahoo! names CEO HP to cut 3,000 jobs Intel Launches Pentium 4 Chip Sun Microsystems lowers forecasts Intel beats expectations HP cutting 6,000 jobs  Hewlett-Packard Co. lowered its sales forecasts yet again and is slashing 6% of work force Fitzhugh guilty of 2nd-degree murder Body found of Stanford student Google names E. Schmidt new CEO HP buying Compaq for $25 billion  The new company with annual earnings of $3.9 billion and 145,000 employees would rival IBM Exodus files for bankruptcy protection Sun cut 9% of work force 2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes  Economists George Akerlof, professor at UC Berkeley and Michael Spence of Stanford Sun beats expectations   iPod: New digital music player
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  The new MP3 player is a device with the size of a deck of cards, that can hold 1,000 songs.    It will take up to 10 seconds to download a CD of music via a FireWire link. The player will only work on Macs running ope...
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January 2001 ... more > Top ^
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Jan.12  
  He was an engineer who co-founded Hewlett-Packard Co. in a garage in 1938 and pioneered Silicon Valley
Jan.16  Intel beats expectations Jan.17  Loss worse than expecting Jan.18  Sun meet expectations Jan.23  Sun, Microsoft settle Java suit Jan.27  HP to Cut 2% of Jobs Jan.29  Agile merges with Ariba

February 2001 ... more > Top ^
Feb.13  Applied Materials beat expectations Feb.15  HP meets lowered expectations Feb.22  Sun lowers 3rd-quarter earnings Feb.26  Sub-$1000 Unix workstation

March 2001 ... more > Top ^
Mar.7   Yahoo! CEO to step down  CEO Koogle, 49, will stay on as chairman. 1st-quarter earnings will come short of expectations Mar.8  Loudcloud lowers IPO price  Intel to cut 5,000 jobs Mar.13 Guard Killed in Jewelry Robbery Mar.18  AltaVista to add online newsstand Mar.21  3Com loss worse than expected Mar.26  Microsoft new lab

April 2001 ... more > Top ^
Apr.2 Ariba to cut 1/3 of workforce
Apr.4 $20 Million Gift Apr.11 Yahoo cutting 12% work force  Yahoo! expands porn business Apr.13   Yahoo takes adult merchandise off  Company will remove pornographic products from its shopping, auctions and classifieds Apr.17   Yahoo! names CEO  Veteran Warner Bros. executive Terry S. Semel named as new chairman and CEO Intel net income drop 80% Apr.18   HP to cut 3,000 jobs  Hewlett-Packard lowered earnings forecasts again cutting up to 3,000 management jobs or 3.5% Apple returns to profitability Apr.19  Sun earnings fall 73% Apr.20  Ariba Loss Widens Apr.23   Intel Launches Pentium 4 Chip  Processor has 1.7 GHz. The price is $352 Apr.27  Yahoo to stay independent

May 2001 ... more > Top ^
May.1  Apple unveils new iBook laptop May.7 3Com cuts 3,000 jobs
May.8  Nat. Semiconductor cut 1,100 jobs May.11  Intel Science Fair May.13  AMD introduces new mobile chips May.17  Palm Slashes Forecast May.19 Online Luring May.21  To phase out old style of monitors May.24 G. Moore steps down from board Covad shows $1.4 billion loss May.29   Sun Microsystems lowers forecasts  Revenue in fourth quarter is expected to be between $3.8 billion and $4 billion. Sun to concentrate on Fortune 500 companies

June 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1  Palm to cut jobs, names new COO Jun.5  Covad finds new CEO Jun.8  Juniper Networks below expect. Jun.11 Film student gunned down
Jun.12  SONICblue cut jobs by 30% Jun.13  Integrated Device to cut 900 jobs Jun.16  Helicopter crashes Jun.21 Bluesman John Lee Hooker dies Jun.26  3Com loses $518 million Jun.29  Workers asked to take pay cuts

July 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2 Fastest Chips
Jul.3 No more Power Mac G4 Cubes Jul.5 AMD fall well short of earnings Jul.9  Motorcycle slams into van. 2 dead Jul.11 Earnings edge forecast, shares rise Jul.12  Profits fall 92% Jul.17   Intel beats expectations  In the 3-month period it had a net profit of $196 million Molecular computers  Apple beats expectations Jul.18 Webby Awards Jul.19 Sun beats expectations Jul.26   HP cutting 6,000 jobs
  Hewlett-Packard Co. lowered its sales forecasts yet again and is slashing 6% of work force
Jul.31  Sun to cut up to 300 jobs

August 2001 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2   Fitzhugh guilty of 2nd-degree murder  Jury acquitted a real estate consultant of first-degree murder in the death of his wife, Kristine Aug.3   Body found of Stanford student
  Police believe they have found the body of Christina 'Minna' Sandmeyer, 22. They were treating it as a suicide Aug.6   Google names E. Schmidt new CEO
  Co-founder Larry Page becomes president of products division. Sergey Brin was named president for technology Aug.7  50 vehicles vandalized overnight Aug.8  New Microsoft research group Aug.16 HP reports 89% drop in profit Aug.20 Agilent cutting 4,000 jobs Aug.27  Intel launches fastest Pentium Aug.31 Donor withholds $60M from Stanford

September 2001 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3   HP buying Compaq for $25 billion
  The new company with annual earnings of $3.9 billion and 145,000 employees would rival IBM
Sep.6 Teen Averts Attempted Kidnapping  Quarter revenue as expected Sep.15  Guilty for copying specs of chip Sep.18  New CEO, 30% job cut 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  Quintuplets delivered

October 2001 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3  Sun signs $100million pact with News Oct.5   Sun cut 9% of work force
  Sun Microsystems lowers earnings outlook and cut 3,900 jobs Oct.10   2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes
  Economists George Akerlof, professor at UC Berkeley and Michael Spence of Stanford
 Expectations met, layoffs possible Oct.11 Bin Laden aide visited mosque in 1990s Oct.16  Intel meet expectations  Transmeta CEO replaced Oct.17  Profits drop 61%  Ariba names interim CFO as CEO Oct.18   Sun beats expectations  Sun Microsystems posts $180 millin first-quarter loss Oct.23     iPod: New digital music player
  The new MP3 player is a device with the size of a deck of cards, that can hold 1,000 songs
 It will take up to 10 seconds to download a CD of music via a FireWire link. The player will only work on Macs running operating systems and iTunes 2. The device only works one way, from a computer to the iPod, to discourage digital music piracy
Oct.31  $125,000 Porsche stolen

November 2001 ... more > Top ^
Nov.4  Moore invests $4.6B into philanthropy Nov.6   Founder family oppose Compaq deal
  The family and foundation of William Hewlett will vote their 5% stake against the takeover Nov.7  Tentative deal to take BART south Nov.8   CEO Yankowski resigns  Eric Benhamou, chairman, will take his place until a permanent replacement Nov.9  Bike-Riding Attacker Nov.13  Los Altos Woman Victim of NY Crash Nov.14  HP beats estimates Nov.15   Yahoo to cut 400 jobs
  More than 12% of its work force to be cut. Yahoo is condensing 44 business units into 6   Agilent to cut 4,000 more jobs
  Company is meeting expectations in its 4th quarter  CEOs reject $22M in merger bonuses Nov.16  VP resignes Nov.20  Association president critically injured Nov.28 Troubled 3Com won't renew name  250 jobs to cut, revenue as expected

December 2001 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3  MedImmune to buy Aviron Dec.6  Revenue to beat forecasts Dec.7   Packard Foundation against merger  Hewlett-Packard largest shareholder plans to vote against the $25 billion acquisition of Compaq Dec.10  Unreliable tests for Lyme disease Dec.11  Xerox spinning off famed lab Dec.12  $436 million offer for HotJobs  Applied Materials to cut 1,700 jobs Dec.13  Opposition to merger is widespread Dec.18  3Com beats expectations Dec.19  Narrower-than-expected loss Dec.20  Mayor Accused of Abusing Authority Dec.27 Takeover of HotJobs.com cleared