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1-Gigahertz Chip Planned obsolescence lawsuit 2 arrested for stabbing Multimedia deal for wireless devices Apple increases price of new iMacs Apple beats expectations  Thanks to brisk demand for its new iMac, company reported second-quarter profits that beat Wall Street estimates Prosecution rests in DeGuzman case Apple introduces eMac for schools Apple offers computer servers Sharpshooter infestation found  The glassy-winged bugs were found by county employees at a nursery and a residential area eMac introduced for retail market  New computer was originally intended only for schools Ads Aimed at Windows  Advertising campaign is targeting Microsoft users with testimonials from 'switchers' who abandoned PCs for Macintoshes Apple reduces revenue, profit estimates  Citing soft demand, company said third-quarter revenues and profits will be lower than expected Executives sold stock just before warning earnings  Sale is unusual because there were no other large stock dumps by Apple executives during the same period Wall Street's lowered targets met  Company expects for the current quarter a slight profit and revenues about the same as the third quarter   iPod Music Players for Windows PCs  Steve Jobs said Apple will expand the audience for its popular iPod with new versions Symantec to acquire 3 security companies  Security firm plans to acquire three other firms: SecurityFocus for $75m, Recourse for $135m and Riptech for $145m Letter carrier helped rescue elderly  Marilyn Ciaffredo noticed that the garage door had been open for two days and the resident had not picked up his mail Cuts Take iMac Back to Initial Price  Company cut prices across the board, reacting to professionals who have been slow to buy during the economic downturn Symantec CEO Backs Quarter Outlook  John Thompson stressed that the computer security company is 'still clawing one deal at a time' Apple Announces Printer Deals  Apple signed up electronics makers to a software standard and launched programs to connect with cell phones, printers   Larry Ellison resigns from Apple board  Chief executive of Oracle would continue to offer advice to Apple management. The board is reduced to 5 members   Jobs resigns from Gap's board
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B. 01-07 Gassee gets new CEO post Santa Clara
01-16 Apple meets Wall Street expectations Apple
3. 01-28 1-Gigahertz Chip Apple
E. 02-01 Planned obsolescence lawsuit Apple
F. 02-10 2 arrested for stabbing Cupertino
6. 02-12 Multimedia deal for wireless devices Apple
7. 03-20 Apple increases price of new iMacs Apple
I. 04-17 Apple beats expectations Apple

Gassee gets new CEO post Apple meets Wall Street expectations
Apple introduces revamped iMac

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  Flat-screen 15-inch display, faster processor and a new look
  Company reported net income of $38 million, or 11 cents a share, compared with a loss of $195 million in year ago

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  Apple co-founder had been a Gap director since 1999
Oct.14   Apple buying new IBM 64-bit processor  The company, which has used Motorola microprocessors since 1984, is the customer of a line of next-generation processors Oct.16   4th-quarter net loss meets expectations
  Apple lost $45 million compared with a profit of $66 million in the same time last year
Oct.17   New Operating System to Teachers  Apple Computer will provide its new operating system, Jaguar, free to U.S kindergarten through 12th grade teachers

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Nov.6   Apple: Laptop Upgrades Starting at $999  Apple Computer Inc. would introduce new laptop upgrades of its Titanium PowerBook G4 notebook

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Dec.5   IBM in Talks with Rational Software  The two sides haven't been able to agree on a price Dec.6   IBM to Buy Rational Software
  IBM would buy software tools maker for about $2.1 billion, in a deal that turns up the heat on Microsoft

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