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Better-than-expected profits and revenue Researchers find silicon works in optical Fire rips through middle school  A 7-alarm fire roared through part of Buchser Middle School, damaging 10 classrooms and forcing firefighters to call for help IRS auditing 2001, 2002 returns Bush banked $700,000 at fund-raiser  President charged that John Kerry's approach to recent tax cuts would be to 'take them away' First-quarter revenue outlook narrowed Cellular Chips Updated 1st-quarter profits, sales rise 4-year-old boy fell out of bedroom, died Network Associates renamed to McAfee Intel to focus on dual-core processors Cyclist going 30 mph before fatal crash 2nd-quarter financial forecast narrowed Ex-Network Associates CFO charged Flaws that could affect computers Fatal 4-alarm fire in apartment house 2nd-quarter earnings nearly double  Stronger-than-expected demand for chips for cellular phones helped offset seasonal weakness in the microprocessor business Financial forecast lowered for 3rd quarter  High-tech bellwether said its third-quarter revenue will range from $8.3 billion to $8.6 billion Recycling Plant 4-Alarm Fire Two people died in car accident Profit gains despite weak PC demand Otellini to succeed Barrett as CEO
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Nephew kills uncle, police say ReplayTV apologizes over mistaken offer Better-than-expected profits and revenue  For the 3 months Intel earned $2.17 billion, or 33 cents a share, compared with 16 cents a share, in the last quarter Next-generation Pentium 4 unveiled Researchers find silicon works in optical  Results promise to reduce the cost of photonics by introducing a well-known substance 4-alarm warehouse fire Fire rips through middle school


January 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jan.5  Cheaper Variety Added to New Mobile Line
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Jan.7  $200 Million Fund for 'Digital Home'
Jan.14  
 Shipments of mobile processor dealyed
Jan.28  64-Bit Offering May Be on Horizon


February 2004 ... more > Top ^
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Feb.17  64-Bit Boost for Xeon Server Chips
 New Xeon processor unveiled
Feb.22  
  A 7-alarm fire roared through part of Buchser Middle School, damaging 10 classrooms and forcing firefighters to call for help
Feb.23   IRS auditing 2001, 2002 returns  The Internal Revenue Service review got underway last month Feb.25  Cell phone strategy outlined

March 2004 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4   Bush banked $700,000 at fund-raiser
  President charged that John Kerry's approach to recent tax cuts would be to 'take them away'
  First-quarter revenue outlook narrowed  Semiconductor giant is saying demand for its microprocessors was at the lower end of seasonal expectations Mar.7 Defeat in West Coast Conf. semifinals Mar.20  'Gigahertz' Stripped from Chip Names Mar.29  New director of Applied Materials' board Mar.31  CEO's bonus jumps 41%

April 2004 ... more > Top ^
Apr.3  5-foot 1-inch woman robbed 3 banks Apr.7  Environmentally Friendly Chips Launched Apr.11   Cellular Chips Updated  Intel is freshening up its money-losing communications business with a new set of chips Apr.13   1st-quarter profits, sales rise  Semiconductor giant profits jumped 89% and revenues grew 20% as worldwide business improved Apr.14  Shares fall shares fall despite strong sales worldwide  Nvidia Releases High-End Graphics Chip Apr.19 Intel, AMD at Supreme Court Showdown
Apr.22   4-year-old boy fell out of bedroom, died  Just before he fell he was up late with his siblings watching movies their parents had rented for them   Network Associates renamed to McAfee  Computer security firm will sell its Sniffer network software division to focus solely on security products and services

May 2004 ... more > Top ^
May.7   Intel to focus on dual-core processors
  Intel has canceled an existing project so that efforts can be focused on a more advanced technology May.10 2-alarm fire at church damaged kitchen
3 processors launched for laptops May.13 Arrested for arson and stealing Torah May.14 Sexually assaulted by intruder May.19 Shareholders approve expense options May.23   Cyclist going 30 mph before fatal crash  A man appeared to be going downhill when failed to negotiate a curve and was thrown from his bike into a guardrail post May.25 Unprecedented Push for New Chip Set May.31 6 men assaulted

June 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jun.3   2nd-quarter financial forecast narrowed
  Intel Corp., citing continued strong demand for silicon chips, expects revenue to be between $8 billion and $8.2 billion Jun.16   Ex-Network Associates CFO charged  Prabhat Goyal faces charges for allegedly masterminding an accounting scam to dupe investors Jun.25   Flaws that could affect computers  Intel and Hewlett-Packard reported manufacturing and design flaws

July 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jul.5   Fatal 4-alarm fire in apartment house  A fire in a 10-unit complex killed one person and displaced about 15 others. 2 were injured Jul.13   2nd-quarter earnings nearly double
  Stronger-than-expected demand for chips for cellular phones helped offset seasonal weakness in the microprocessor business
Jul.14 Intel shares fall Jul.15 Father struck girl with pickup truck Jul.30 Next Pentium 4 chip delayed

August 2004 ... more > Top ^
Aug.9 Roxio changes name to Napster
Aug.16 Intel delays launch of TV chip Aug.26 Centrino wireless chips, software updated Aug.30 Milestone in shrinking chips

September 2004 ... more > Top ^
Sep.2   Financial forecast lowered for 3rd quarter
  High-tech bellwether said its third-quarter revenue will range from $8.3 billion to $8.6 billion
Sep.16   Recycling Plant 4-Alarm Fire  The fire at the Jefferson Smurfit Recycling plant sent an 800-foot plume of smoke into the air Sep.20 PMC-Sierra cuts quarter revenue outlook

October 2004 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3   Two people died in car accident  The accident occurred the Convention Center at 10:57 p.m Oct.12   Profit gains despite weak PC demand
  Driven by record sales of server and mobile microprocessors, 3rd-quarter profits rose 15% Oct.14 Plans for 4-gigahertz Pentium 4 cancelled
Oct.21 TV chip project cancelled Oct.25 Two Schools Get Perfect Report Card Intel invests in Clearwire

November 2004 ... more > Top ^
Nov.3 Intel, Microsoft start joing ad campaign
Nov.11   Otellini to succeed Barrett as CEO
  The 30-year Intel veteran oversaw the launch of the Pentium processor in the 1990s. He was president and CFO fom 2002
Nov.30   2 elderly residents, dog killed in blaze
  The smoky 2-alarm fire swept through their home. The bodies were found inside their one-story home

December 2004 ... more > Top ^
Dec.25 Man crashed his SUV into home