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Summary.     Click for More > Teachers helped students cheat on tests Profit beat analysts' expectations Fire Destroys Much of School Daughter of J.C. Penney dies at age 72 6-alarm wildfire  A tree limb fell into a power line. The fire spread into a grove of redwood and approached homes Sgt. killed himself after choking ex-wife  Police Department is grieving for Carl Miller, 41, who shot himself in the head while sitting inside his SUV Accident Sends 9 to Hospital Bankruptcy judge blocks sale of Napster Napster as Company Folds  The company had closed its doors and terminated all but a few of its remaining 42 staffers as it prepared for Chapter 7 liquidation Quarterly profit plunges 33% Larry Ellison resigns from Apple board Trustee to manage Napster in bankruptcy Performance better than expected House Christmas Fire Claims Life of Boy 13-year-old Christmas day fire victim dies
Man rescued from burning car 3-4 inches of snow on Skyline Blvd. Graffiti attack on synagogue Talk about killing board president School bus crashes in with 27 kids aboard Founder and CEO both step down  Konrad Hilbers, chief executive officer, and Shawn Fanning, who created the song-swap program, both resigned Bertelsmann to acquire assets Napster files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
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  Industry heavyweight Bertelsmann AG follows through on a plan to take over what's left of the Internet music-swapping service
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One dead, 2 injured in shooting Man rescued from burning car  Suffered third-degree burns on 50% of his body when car fire disabled electrical system trapped him inside Body found in bushes ETrade's earnings beat expectations Shot at officer during foot chase 3-4 inches of snow on Skyline Blvd.   Graffiti attack on synagogue  A red swastika, the word 'Nazi', and the number 187, the penal code for murder. Members of temple unbowed Profits will fall below expectations Ikea victory Talk about killing board president  District manager Scherzer and board member Rosales heard talking about hiring a 'crack head' to kill the board president Oracle executive's jet moved to Stockton 13% drop in profit, 30% decline in sales Body of shooting victim found Teens produced 200 fake IDs 30 more employees laid off Ellison wins 'Big Brother Award' Found shot in vehicle Died from shooting School bus crashes in with 27 kids aboard  6 children and 8 adults were injured after the charter bus they were taking to an elementary school field trip hit a light pole ETrade chairman takes pay cut Founder and CEO both step down


January 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jan.8  Reinstated officer to keep on leave
Jan.9  Napster previews new service
Jan.12
Jan.13  
Jan.14
Jan.18  Teens arrested for sex crimes
Jan.22  Morning shooting in parking lot
Jan.23  Lawsuit on hold for month
Jan.25
Jan.28  


February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.2  Sexual assault on minor
 Man set afire by attackers
Feb.5  Shooting
Feb.7  3 13-year-old girls hospitalized
Feb.10  18-year-old shot in leg
Feb.11  
Feb.19  Dispute still not settled
Feb.20  Arrested in death during robbery
Feb.22  Teachers did not harass lesbian
 Chemical Scare


March 2002 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1
 Proceedings suspended after outburst
 Carjack leads to high speed chases
Mar.2  Scientist fired before killing boss, himself
Mar.3  Man run down cop with stolen car
Mar.5  District officials acted negligently
Mar.6
Mar.7  Ikea victory not assured
Mar.8  
 10% of work force cut
Mar.11
Mar.14  Ikea measure approved
Mar.21
 $1 Billion 'Hosting' Business
Mar.28


April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.10  Swastika scrawled on temple
Apr.11
Apr.12  2-alarm house fire
Apr.20
Apr.23  Husband's killer sentenced to life in prison
Apr.25  2nd richest town in US
Apr.27
 $95M software contract controversy
Apr.29


May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.5  Car drove through dining area. 4 injured
May.6  
 Market share down
May.10
May.14  RealNames to Shut Down
 
  Konrad Hilbers, chief executive officer, and Shawn Fanning, who created the song-swap program, both resigned
May.17   Bertelsmann to acquire assets  In an abrupt shift, media giant will buy Napster Inc.'s assets in an $8 million deal that keeps co-founder Fanning May.23  E*Trade to Name Outside Director May.25  E*Trade CEO Gives Up More Pay May.27  Kidnapped and sexually assaulted  Religious group to rally against hate May.28 ExciteAtHome to auction off final remains May.29  Openwave to Buy SignalSoft  Alleged child molestation May.30  FD freed woman from drainage ditch

June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1 Boy nearly hangs himself in playground
 School district in legal hot water  Oracle Strikes Back at Lawmaker Jun.3   Napster files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
  Industry heavyweight Bertelsmann AG follows through on a plan to take over what's left of the Internet music-swapping service
Jun.5 Atherton, Woodside richest towns Jun.7  Report About More Job Cuts Denied Jun.14   Teachers helped students cheat on tests  Teachers at Costano School, that has won national recognition for its success in educating poor, gave answers to students  Liquid Audio, Alliance Entrtnmnt. Merge Jun.15  DNA linked to 2001 rape of 7-year-old Jun.17  Ex-con kidnaped ex-wife at gunpoint Jun.18   Profit beat analysts' expectations
  Technology bellwether shrugged off a sharp drop in its business software sales with dramatic expense cuts  Man tried to abduct 9-year-old girl Jun.20  8 townhomes in 8 days

July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  Two people shot Jul.10  Collaboration Suite unveiled Jul.12   Fire Destroys Much of School  Arson investigators are looking for clues in fire at Edison Brentwood School. Repair will cost between $500K and $750K Jul.17  Shooting left 2 victims in serious condition  E-Trade's slightly exceeded expectations Jul.19   Daughter of J.C. Penney dies at age 72  Carol Penney Guyer, daughter of retail department store founder, died from complications related to cancer  Settlement in Giant Food Poisoning Case Jul.29  Future Bleak After Middelhoff Resignation

August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.10   6-alarm wildfire
  A tree limb fell into a power line. The fire spread into a grove of redwood and approached homes
 Assets up for auction Aug.12  Fire displaced residents Aug.16  Shoe cobbler died at age 105 Aug.20   Sgt. killed himself after choking ex-wife
  Police Department is grieving for Carl Miller, 41, who shot himself in the head while sitting inside his SUV
Aug.21  Liquid Audio sues dissident shareholders Aug.23   Accident Sends 9 to Hospital   A van rolled over on I-101, and the impact ejected several people from the vehicle Aug.26  46 years for manslaughter and hate crime Aug.28  Oracle to Put Pricing Policies on Web  Napster to seek approval of sale

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3   Bankruptcy judge blocks sale of Napster  Judge Peter J. Walsh is cited conflicting loyalties by Napster's top executive   Napster as Company Folds
  The company had closed its doors and terminated all but a few of its remaining 42 staffers as it prepared for Chapter 7 liquidation
Sep.8  Man shot several times Sep.17  Device to film 3-D images by camcorder   Quarterly profit plunges 33%
  Net income was $342.7 million, or 6 cents per share, a 33% drop from $510.6 million, or 9 cents per share Sep.18  Shares slump on profit plunge Sep.20     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 Sep.23  City wins nightclub suit Sep.27   Trustee to manage Napster in bankruptcy  Defunct song-swapping service, creditors and feds agreed to appoint a trustee to oversee the bankruptcy reorganization Sep.29  Shot after threatened officer with knife

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.15  FBI $3 million computer forensics lab Oct.16  E-Trade meets earnings expectations Oct.29  Assemblyman to play 'Principal for a Day'  Structure fire

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.3  7 homes families built themselves Nov.4 Hackers stuck City Hall  35 days in jail for making bomb threats Nov.6 Anti-spamming statute Nov.11 Napster co-founder launches Plaxo Nov.15 Roxio Bids $5.3 M to Buy Napster Assets

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.9 Struggling Liquid Audio to dissolve
Dec.10 Napster firesale is on Dec.16 Analysts See Good Results, But Cautious Dec.18   Performance better than expected  Oracle Corp. may be nearing end of 2-year sales slump. Company earned $534.9 million, or 10 cents per share Dec.22 3 arrested for assault Dec.25 Deaf men accepted as Seminary students   House Christmas Fire Claims Life of Boy
  A 5 year old boy died and several others were injured when a fire spread through home Dec.26   13-year-old Christmas day fire victim dies  Lucy Sanft was suffering from severe smoke inhalation after the three-alarm house fire



Man rescued from burning car  Suffered third-degree burns on 50% of his body when car fire disabled electrical system trapped him inside Body found in bushes 3-4 inches of snow on Skyline Blvd.   School bus crashes in with 27 kids aboard  6 children and 8 adults were injured after the charter bus they were taking to an elementary school field trip hit a light pole Boy nearly hangs himself in playground Fire Destroys Much of School  Arson investigators are looking for clues in fire at Edison Brentwood School. Repair will cost between $500K and $750K 6-alarm wildfire




Southern San Mateo County, 2002 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2002
Jan.13
Jan.14
Jan.28
Feb.7  3 13-year-old girls hospitalized
Feb.22  Chemical Scare
Apr.12  2-alarm house fire
May.5  Car drove through dining area. 4 injured
May.6
May.30  FD freed woman from drainage ditch
Jun.1
Jul.12
Aug.10
  A tree limb fell into a power line. The fire spread into a grove of redwood and approached homes
Aug.12  Fire displaced residents Aug.16  Shoe cobbler died at age 105 Aug.20 Sgt. killed himself after choking ex-wife
  Police Department is grieving for Carl Miller, 41, who shot himself in the head while sitting inside his SUV
Aug.23 Accident Sends 9 to Hospital   A van rolled over on I-101, and the impact ejected several people from the vehicle Oct.29  Structure fire Dec.25 House Christmas Fire Claims Life of Boy
  A 5 year old boy died and several others were injured when a fire spread through home Dec.26 13-year-old Christmas day fire victim dies  Lucy Sanft was suffering from severe smoke inhalation after the three-alarm house fire



Southern San Mateo County, 2002 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2002 Feb.22  Teachers did not harass lesbian Mar.5  District officials acted negligently Jun.1  School district in legal hot water Jun.14 Teachers helped students cheat on tests  Teachers at Costano School, that has won national recognition for its success in educating poor, gave answers to students Jul.12 Fire Destroys Much of School  Arson investigators are looking for clues in fire at Edison Brentwood School. Repair will cost between $500K and $750K Oct.29  Assemblyman to play 'Principal for a Day' Dec.25 Deaf men accepted as Seminary students



Southern San Mateo County, 2002 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.9  Napster previews new service Jan.14 ETrade's earnings beat expectations
Jan.23  Lawsuit on hold for month Feb.19  Dispute still not settled Mar.1 Profits will fall below expectations Mar.2  Scientist fired before killing boss, himself Mar.6 Ikea victory Mar.7  Ikea victory not assured Mar.8  10% of work force cut Mar.11 Oracle executive's jet moved to Stockton Mar.14 13% drop in profit, 30% decline in sales Mar.21  $1 Billion 'Hosting' Business Apr.11 30 more employees laid off Apr.20 Ellison wins 'Big Brother Award' Apr.25  2nd richest town in US Apr.27  $95M software contract controversy May.6  Market share down May.10 ETrade chairman takes pay cut May.14  RealNames to Shut Down May.14 Founder and CEO both step down
  Konrad Hilbers, chief executive officer, and Shawn Fanning, who created the song-swap program, both resigned
May.17 Bertelsmann to acquire assets
  In an abrupt shift, media giant will buy Napster Inc.'s assets in an $8 million deal that keeps co-founder Fanning May.23  E*Trade to Name Outside Director May.25  E*Trade CEO Gives Up More Pay May.28 ExciteAtHome to auction off final remains May.29  Openwave to Buy SignalSoft Jun.1  Oracle Strikes Back at Lawmaker Jun.3 Napster files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
  Industry heavyweight Bertelsmann AG follows through on a plan to take over what's left of the Internet music-swapping service
Jun.5 Atherton, Woodside richest towns Jun.7  Report About More Job Cuts Denied Jun.14  Liquid Audio, Alliance Entrtnmnt. Merge Jun.18 Profit beat analysts' expectations  Technology bellwether shrugged off a sharp drop in its business software sales with dramatic expense cuts Jun.20  8 townhomes in 8 days Jul.10  Collaboration Suite unveiled Jul.17  E-Trade's slightly exceeded expectations Jul.19 Daughter of J.C. Penney dies at age 72  Carol Penney Guyer, daughter of retail department store founder, died from complications related to cancer Jul.19  Settlement in Giant Food Poisoning Case Jul.29  Future Bleak After Middelhoff Resignation Aug.10  Assets up for auction Aug.21  Liquid Audio sues dissident shareholders Aug.28  Oracle to Put Pricing Policies on Web Aug.28  Napster to seek approval of sale Sep.3 Bankruptcy judge blocks sale of Napster  Judge Peter J. Walsh is cited conflicting loyalties by Napster's top executive Sep.3 Napster as Company Folds
  The company had closed its doors and terminated all but a few of its remaining 42 staffers as it prepared for Chapter 7 liquidation
Sep.17  Device to film 3-D images by camcorder Sep.17 Quarterly profit plunges 33%  Net income was $342.7 million, or 6 cents per share, a 33% drop from $510.6 million, or 9 cents per share Sep.18  Shares slump on profit plunge Sep.20   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 Sep.27 Trustee to manage Napster in bankruptcy  Defunct song-swapping service, creditors and feds agreed to appoint a trustee to oversee the bankruptcy reorganization Oct.16  E-Trade meets earnings expectations Nov.3  7 homes families built themselves Nov.11 Napster co-founder launches Plaxo Nov.15 Roxio Bids $5.3 M to Buy Napster Assets Dec.9 Struggling Liquid Audio to dissolve Dec.10 Napster firesale is on Dec.16 Analysts See Good Results, But Cautious Dec.18 Performance better than expected  Oracle Corp. may be nearing end of 2-year sales slump. Company earned $534.9 million, or 10 cents per share



Southern San Mateo County, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.12 One dead, 2 injured in shooting
Jan.18  Teens arrested for sex crimes Jan.22  Morning shooting in parking lot Jan.25 Shot at officer during foot chase Feb.2  Sexual assault on minor Feb.2  Man set afire by attackers Feb.5  Shooting Feb.7  3 13-year-old girls hospitalized Feb.10  18-year-old shot in leg Feb.11 Graffiti attack on synagogue  A red swastika, the word 'Nazi', and the number 187, the penal code for murder. Members of temple unbowed Feb.20  Arrested in death during robbery Feb.22  Teachers did not harass lesbian Mar.1  Proceedings suspended after outburst Mar.1  Carjack leads to high speed chases Mar.2  Scientist fired before killing boss, himself Mar.3  Man run down cop with stolen car Mar.8 Talk about killing board president  District manager Scherzer and board member Rosales heard talking about hiring a 'crack head' to kill the board president Mar.21 Body of shooting victim found Mar.28 Teens produced 200 fake IDs Apr.10  Swastika scrawled on temple Apr.23  Husband's killer sentenced to life in prison Apr.27 Found shot in vehicle Apr.29 Died from shooting May.27  Kidnapped and sexually assaulted May.29  Alleged child molestation Jun.15  DNA linked to 2001 rape of 7-year-old Jun.17  Ex-con kidnaped ex-wife at gunpoint Jun.18  Man tried to abduct 9-year-old girl Jul.1  Two people shot Jul.17  Shooting left 2 victims in serious condition Aug.26  46 years for manslaughter and hate crime Sep.8  Man shot several times Sep.29  Shot after threatened officer with knife Oct.15  FBI $3 million computer forensics lab Nov.4 Hackers stuck City Hall Nov.4  35 days in jail for making bomb threats Nov.6 Anti-spamming statute Dec.22 3 arrested for assault



Southern San Mateo County, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.8  Reinstated officer to keep on leave Mar.6 Ikea victory
Mar.7  Ikea victory not assured Mar.14  Ikea measure approved May.27  Religious group to rally against hate Sep.23  City wins nightclub suit Nov.4 Hackers stuck City Hall Dec.25 Deaf men accepted as Seminary students