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03-19 CEO claims victory in merger vote HP
C. 04-04 Family of 4 found dead Santa Clara
D. 04-07 Blaze destroys Middle Eastern church Los Altos Hills
4. 07-16 4,000 jobs trimmed Intel
F. 12-10 Human embryonic stem cell project Stanford

Summary.     Click for More > Family of 4 found dead  The bodies man,38, woman, 42 and two girls, ages 12 and 4, were found about 12:30 p.m. Police Say Wife Shot Husband, Daughters Blaze destroys Middle Eastern church  3 alarm fire gutted Antiochian Orthodox Church of the Redeemer, forcing churchgoers to pray for peace in the street Independent: investors approve vote Bush spoke about tax cuts Judge rules Compaq deal can continue Compaq acquisition officially closed Merger Layoffs Will Hit At Least 15,000 eBay buying payment provider PayPal Pioneer of Gnutella dies at 25 4,000 jobs trimmed  Chip-making giant posted disappointing second-quarter earnings. Most of the reductions will be made through attrition HP to cut additional 1,800 jobs Revenue shortfall warning Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs AMD plans layoffs, will take large charge IBM to Buy Rational Software   Human embryonic stem cell project  University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology Yahoo Buys Inktomi Microsoft Ordered to Carry Sun's Java
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Apple introduces revamped iMac  Flat-screen 15-inch display, faster processor and a new look Research firm recommends merger  A highly influential proxy research firm recommended investors to approve the proposed $22 billion acquisition of Compaq Sun sues Microsoft  Sun Microsystems is claiming $1 billion in damages from the decision to make Windows XP incompatible with Sun's Java CEO claims victory in merger vote


January 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jan.7  
Jan.15  4th-quarter earnings beat forecasts
Jan.16  Apple meets Wall Street expectations
Jan.22  Microsoft eliminates UltimateTV division
Jan.25  Beyond.com files for bankruptcy
Jan.28  3-4 inches of snow on Skyline Blvd.


February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.5  Nvidia workers admit insider trading
Feb.13  HP earnings soar
Feb.14  PayPal prices IPO at $13 per share
Feb.27  Woman killed in doorway of her home


March 2002 ... more > Top ^
Mar.5  
Mar.6  Regulators Approve HP-Compaq Deal
Mar.8  
Mar.19  
  Dissident board member W. Hewlett insisted the vote remained too close to call
 The turbulent shareholder meeting drew more than 2,000 mom-and-pop investors, current and past Hewlett-Packard employees. The 15,000 layoffs that are expected if the deal goes through. HP shares fell 45 cents, more than 2 percent, to $18.80
Mar.20  Cop hurt, car theft suspect dead Mar.21  Palm beats Wall Street expectations Mar.22  Convicted of insider trading Mar.24  Police shoot and kill kidnapper Mar.25  McAfee Rejects Network Associates Bid Mar.28  Walter Hewlett sues HP

April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1  Merger opponent Hewlett not in board Apr.4   Family of 4 found dead
  The bodies man,38, woman, 42 and two girls, ages 12 and 4, were found about 12:30 p.m.
Apr.5   Police Say Wife Shot Husband, Daughters  The victims are Uli Schiefer, his wife Tae, their daughter Jessica, 4, and Elsa, 12, Tae's daughter from a previous relationship Apr.7   Blaze destroys Middle Eastern church
  3 alarm fire gutted Antiochian Orthodox Church of the Redeemer, forcing churchgoers to pray for peace in the street
Apr.9  Special tax measure failed Apr.10  'Extraordinary' steps before merger vote Apr.11 Blaze that destroyed church, was arson Apr.14 500 gather on lawn of burned church Apr.15  Intel to pay Intergraph $300 million Apr.17   Independent: investors approve vote  51.4% of those cast, were voted in favor of acquisition of Compaq, though the result still is not final  Apple beats expectations Apr.18  Narrower third-quarter loss Apr.20 Fight, evacuation at Great America Apr.25 Gates addresses minorities conference  Flamboyant CEO steps down Apr.26  VeriSign shares sink 45%  Walter Hewlett Thrown Off Board Apr.30   Bush spoke about tax cuts
  President Bush delivered a feel-your-pain message, raising money for GOP gubernatorial candidate Simon   Judge rules Compaq deal can continue  A judge cleared Hewlett-Packard of allegations it acted improperly in the vicious proxy fight over the acquisition

May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.1 Sun president stepping down
May.3   Compaq acquisition officially closed  Investors will receive 0.6325 shares of HP for every Compaq share they own. Ticker symbol will change from HWP to HPQ May.5 Barrymore assaulted at his home May.7   Merger Layoffs Will Hit At Least 15,000  CEO Carly Fiorina says she will try to keep the lid on layoffs May.9  Teacher convicted of sex crimes May.10  Jewish students gave gift to Arab Church May.11 94-year-old woman fights off attacker May.12 Five arrested in prostitution bust May.14  Earnings expectations met May.30 Revenue outlook lowered

June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.6  Quarter sales forecast scaled back Jun.9  New operating system: Palm OS 5 Jun.17  Loudcloud to sell most of business to EDS Jun.19  Legionnaires' disease bacteria found Jun.20  Contract workers to be fired Jun.24 Layoffs allegedly favored foreign workers
Jun.25  Sentencing delayed for DeGuzman  Quarter loss matches expectations Jun.28  Executives sold stock just before warning earnings

July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.5  Standoff closes 101 after 100 mph chase Jul.7 2 dead, 3 injured in head-on collision
Jul.8   eBay buying payment provider PayPal  Online auction giant is buying electronic payment facilitator for more than $1.3 billion in stock Jul.9   Pioneer of Gnutella dies at 25
  Gene Kan, an unofficial spokesman for file-swapping Gnutella, found dead of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound Jul.10  24% revenue jump, return to profitability Jul.11  Network Ass. Posts Profit, Hits Year Low PayPal Gets Subpoena from NY Jul.16   4,000 jobs trimmed
  Chip-making giant posted disappointing second-quarter earnings. Most of the reductions will be made through attrition
 Wall Street's lowered targets met Jul.17  Symantec to acquire 3 security companies Jul.18 Returns to profitability in fourth quarter Jul.19 Sun Shares Off 27% Jul.23 Cop Charged with Prostitution Connection Jul.28  Pyrotechnics at air show cracked windows Jul.31  McAfee rejecting Net. Ass. buyback offer

August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1 Microsoft ex-president named CEO
Aug.6  Day laborers ordinance blocked  20-Foot Flames in Cardboard Factory Fire Aug.7  FTC probes VeriSign's marketing tactics Aug.8 Grove donates $5m to stem cell program SONICblue fires chief executive Aug.9  Sun Microsystems Loaned $6.3 Million Aug.10  DNA didn't match, rape charges dropped Aug.12  Man Cleared Of Rape Wants Apology Aug.16 Loudcloud sold, renamed to Opsware Aug.29 Sun to hit bottom part of revenue Aug.30 Google Hires CFO

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1  Rape of girl, 15, treated as hate crime Sep.2 Flap over massive new mansion
Sep.5 SONICblue cuts 25% work force  Mysterious 10 Million Dollar Gift Sep.17  $1.3 billion services deal with CIBC Sep.18  General Magic to Cease Operations Sep.19  Quarter loss, revenue misses expectations Sep.20  Larry Ellison resigns from Apple board Sep.25   HP to cut additional 1,800 jobs  The company blamed the reductions on a continued market slowdown and to have a competitive structure Sep.28  Salesman robbed of $1 million in jewelry

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1  Feds investigating exports Oct.2   Revenue shortfall warning  Chip-maker Advanced Micro Devices warned its 3rd-quarter sales will fall about $100 million short of expectations Oct.3 Jobs resigns from Gap's board
Oct.7  Zire, first handheld computer under $100 Oct.9 3rd-quarter profit tops estimates Oct.10  Intel lost patent dispute Oct.14  Apple buying new IBM 64-bit processor Oct.15  $686 million profit, expectations missed Oct.16  4th-quarter net loss meets expectations Oct.17   Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs  Sun Microsystems will cut 11% of its work force to bring its expenses in line with sales, despite results that beat expectations Oct.28  2 new handheld computers introduced  Woman Survives Russian Gassing

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.2  Police Officer Shot Nov.3  2 robbery suspects held after chase Nov.4 Appl. Materials to cut 800 Bay Area Jobs
Nov.7   AMD plans layoffs, will take large charge  20% of 13,187 employees could be cut. Executives plan to take a charge of 'several hundred million dollars' Nov.14 Chip-maker to cut 2,000 jobs

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.5  Intel boosts fourth-quarter sales forecast 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 Dec.10     Human embryonic stem cell project
  University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology
Dec.18  Reports surprise 2nd-quarter profit Dec.19  Stanford criticized over stem cell research Dec.23   Yahoo Buys Inktomi
  Yahoo announced a $235 million deal to acquire Internet search-software maker. Inktomi soared 43 cents, or 37%   Microsoft Ordered to Carry Sun's Java  A federal judge ordered Microsoft to distribute Java programming language in its Windows operating system Dec.24  1 dead, 3 hospitalized, after fire