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Summary.     Click for More > Larger-than-expected loss Sun promises MS deal will boost finances Mountain lion chased by dog, killed by police  A 110-pound male mountain lion spotted roaming the residential streets for hours was shot and killed Profit jumps 34%, but analysts cautious  Hewlett-Packard Co. improved its outlook for the second half of the year Shares rises percent on profit jump Flaws that could affect computers Workers find child's decomposed body  Construction workers found a garbage bag containing the remains of a small child Maid arrested for the murder of baby Woman arrested in death of baby Cash lane converted to FasTrak lane 4th-quarter profit as sales rise 3rd-quarter earnings below expectations  Computer giant reported a 9% jump in third-quarter revenues. An execution by server and storage business is 'unacceptable' Shares slide 13% on disappointing results Sexually assault at nursing home Sun embraces Linux, targets Red Hat Steve Jobs first appears after surgery Ruskin Victorious in Assembly Race Woman Raped in Her Bedroom Sun finalizes accounting for settlement $200 million hit for staff reductions 'Virus throttling' software
Profit jumps 30% Sun settles with Microsoft, cuts 3,300 job
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Business liquidator opens up shop Court: HP had right to fire employee 2nd-quarter loss narrowed; revenues fall Police officer saved 2 lives at fire Profit jumps 30%  1st-quarter earnings report met expectations, but executives acknowledged relentless attacks from Dell and IBM Directors re-elected despite concern P. Allen giving $13.5m for space research New System for Gaming Servers HP sues rival for patent infringement Sun settles with Microsoft, cuts 3,300 job


January 2004 ... more > Top ^
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Jan.8  HP to Sell Own Version of Apple iPod
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Jan.16  Sun to cut 200 jobs in Newark
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Jan.30  Opteron-Based Servers Offerred


February 2004 ... more > Top ^
Feb.2  Incyte lays off 257 workers
Feb.9  New, faster computer servers
Feb.10  Founder to return as part of acquisition
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Feb.20  Shares fall 3% despite higher earnings
Feb.24  HP Servers Using AMD Microchip
Feb.25  Program Aimed at HP Customers


March 2004 ... more > Top ^
Mar.2  Moves in Digital Rights Management
Mar.5  Plans to build $40-million fiber optic system
Mar.10  CalPERS withholds votes
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April 2004 ... more > Top ^
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  Struggling server maker reached a sweeping, $1.6 billion settlement and plans to cooperate with its longtime nemesis
Apr.14 Amazon-owned A9 launches search tool Apr.15   Larger-than-expected loss  A net loss was $760 million, or 23 cents per share, compared to net income of $4 million, or break-even, in 2003 Apr.16   Sun promises MS deal will boost finances  Executives vowed that a landmark settlement with Microsoft would boost flagging fortunes Apr.18 Prowler stolen trees from 16 homes

May 2004 ... more > Top ^
May.10 Built-To-Order Gaming PC
Hit-and-run driver released after 9 months May.17   Mountain lion chased by dog, killed by police
  A 110-pound male mountain lion spotted roaming the residential streets for hours was shot and killed
May.18   Profit jumps 34%, but analysts cautious
  Hewlett-Packard Co. improved its outlook for the second half of the year
May.19 Protests After Cops Kill Mountain Lion   Shares rises percent on profit jump  Shares rose nearly 4% after the computer maker reported a 34% gain in quarterly earnings

June 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1 New Hardware, Software, Services
Jun.6 2 large wild cat sightings Jun.25   Flaws that could affect computers  Intel and Hewlett-Packard reported manufacturing and design flaws

July 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1 City workers approve 2-year contract
Jul.2 Arrested on hacking charges Jul.8   Workers find child's decomposed body
  Construction workers found a garbage bag containing the remains of a small child
Jul.11   Maid arrested for the murder of baby
  Maria Ana Quinones, 22, is a maid at the Days Inn near where the body of an infant was found Jul.18   Woman arrested in death of baby  31-year-old Ophelia Vanider Hill was arrested in connection with the death of a baby found in an abandoned apartment Jul.19     Cash lane converted to FasTrak lane  Caltrans officials, concerned that the conversion might increase traffic Jul.20   4th-quarter profit as sales rise  Sun Microsystems saw sales jump for the first time in 3 years Jul.22 Animation giant is going public

August 2004 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3 Linux-based notebook launched
Aug.4 Nanosys withdraws initial public offering Aug.12   3rd-quarter earnings below expectations
  Computer giant reported a 9% jump in third-quarter revenues. An execution by server and storage business is 'unacceptable'
  Shares slide 13% on disappointing results  High-tech giant is citing costly glitches and softer-than-expected demand for its server and storage products

September 2004 ... more > Top ^
Sep.12 Fire displaced apartment residents Sep.13 Quarter net income down by $12 million Sep.20   Sexually assault at nursing home  Ronnie Mitchell, 47, was taken into custody after someone at Lytton Gardens Skilled Nursing Facility reported the incident   Sun embraces Linux, targets Red Hat  Sun Microsystems is seeking to jump into a low-end but high-volume market it's been accused of ignoring Sep.30 Most expensive city in Bay Area

October 2004 ... more > Top ^
Oct.14     Steve Jobs first appears after surgery
  The 49-year-old executive attended a news conference to unveil a new Apple store at a shopping mall Fiscal first-quarter loss narrowed


November 2004 ... more > Top ^
Nov.3 Parcel tax measure fell just short
  Ruskin Victorious in Assembly Race  Democrat managed to edge out GOP rival Poizner by 4 points, getting 52% of the vote to Poizner's 48% Nov.5   Woman Raped in Her Bedroom  A woman in her late 40s was staying at the home alone when a male suspect entered the residence at 2 a.m.   Sun finalizes accounting for settlement  Sun Microsystems quarter loss was reduced as the company finalized $92 million patent settlement with Kodak Nov.12 Arrest in rape case Nov.15 Operating system Solaris 10 be unveiled Nov.23   $200 million hit for staff reductions
  Hewlett-Packard said that the reductions in the first half of fiscal 2005 would cost roughly $200 million Nov.30   'Virus throttling' software
  Engineers at Hewlett-Packard are working on the software that could slow the spread of viruses and worms