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1. 01-03 Video iPod to be Unveiled Apple
C. 01-10 Arrested for selling missile tech to China Cupertino
D. 01-15 $8 million first-quarter loss Apple
4. 01-25 Borland moving to Cupertino Cupertino
5. 01-28 Prices Cut on Power Macs, Displays Apple
6. 02-10 Apple Gets Into Data Storage Business Apple
7. 02-11 Google Tops Apple, Coke in Branding Poll Google
02-13 3 bodies found, possible murder-suicide Cupertino

Broken Heater May Have Killed Family IBM Closes Acquisition of Rational Power outage Subscription music service to be launched   Gore joins board of Apple  Former Vice President popularized the 'information superhighway'. Gore fills a seat left vacant by Oracle chief executive Ellison Original iMac Retired as Sales Slacken Additional Independent Director Al Gore receives 30,000 stock options  Former Vice President was elected to board of directors Features added to Movie, DVD Software Talks to Buy Universal Music  Apple Computer is in talks to buy the world's largest record company from Vivendi Universal for as much as $6 billion $14 million net profit, twice what expected  Quarterly profits fell 65%. Net income for the 3 months is 4 cents a share New Online Music Service CEO Ducks Questions on Music Strategy Shareholders want options expensed  Shareholders are rejecting the company's wishes to keep the costs off the books Apple launches online music service
Video iPod to be Unveiled Apple unveils 17-inch laptop  CEO Steve Jobs introduced two lightweight laptops and a software for easier handling of digital videos, music and photos Arrested for selling missile tech to China  Qing Chang Jiang, was arrested on charges he illegally exported technology that could be used in missile guidance systems $8 million first-quarter loss  PC maker is blaming restructuring charges. Apple Computer lost 2 cents per share, on revenue of $1.47 billion Borland moving to Cupertino  Cupertino officials excited, but it's unclear if the company will move its headquarters or just some of its employees Prices Cut on Power Macs, Displays Apple Gets Into Data Storage Business Google Tops Apple, Coke in Branding Poll 3 bodies found, possible murder-suicide


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  Woman and two children found in a home. The house smells overwhelmingly of gas
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  iTunes Music Store draws from all 5 major record labels in offering 200,000 songs at 99 cents a download


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  A house burst into flames after a construction crew working nearby using a boring machine severed a gas line
May.14 Online Music Store Sells 2 Million Songs May.28   Software to block Internet file sharing
  The company issued an update to iTunes after some Macintosh owners used it to swap songs


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Jun.4 2-alarm fire damaged 3 units Jun.5   Movie Editing Software  A new version will broaden the market for digital film and DVD editing products Jun.23   New 64-bit Power Macintosh, OS X  The new Power Mac is based on the long-awaited G5 microprocessor. Jobs also previewed the next version of OS X

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Jul.7   Adobe to abandon software for Mac
  The latest overhaul of video editing program Premiere would no longer work on Macintosh computers Jul.16   Quarter profit slides, beats expectations
  Profits fell by 41%. Apple earned $19 million, or 5 cents per share


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Aug.18   Symantec buys patent  Symantec has purchased a key security technology patent as part of a settlement of a lawsuit filed by Hilgraeve

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Sep.12   Beatles' company sues over trademark
  Apple Corps Ltd. said Apple Computer violated a 1991 agreement by entering the music business with its iTunes Sep.16   New notebooks, which are overtaking PCs
  Apple Computer expects to soon be selling as many computer laptops as desktops

November 2003 ... more > Top ^
Nov.6   ITunes Outsold Napster 5-1 in 1st Week  Consumers purchased and downloaded 1.5 million songs during the same period that Napster is selling 300,000 songs Nov.18   New Macs Rolled Out Ahead of Season  Apple Computer unveiled an iMac with a 20-inch flat-panel screen and a new model of Power Mac G5 desktop computer

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Dec.15   Online Store Sales Top 25 Million Songs  More than $1 million worth of iTunes online gift certificates and allowances have been bought




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