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B. 04-02 Sun settles with Microsoft, cuts 3,300 job Sun
2. 04-29 Google files long-awaited IPO plans Google
D. 05-17 Mountain lion chased by dog, killed by police Palo Alto
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08-19 Google goes public, shares surge 18% Google

Summary.     Click for More > Financial forecast lowered for 3rd quarter 46,000 residents without power Satellite mishap blamed on human error 3rd-quarter profit nearly quadruples Software offered to search hard drive Billionaire Poizner concedes race Mozilla Firefox browser launched 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 Symantec snaps up Veritas for $13.5b
Fire rips through middle school Stanford crashes out with loss to Alabama Sun settles with Microsoft, cuts 3,300 job  Struggling server maker reached a sweeping, $1.6 billion settlement and plans to cooperate with its longtime nemesis Google files long-awaited IPO plans  Google hopes to raise $2.7 billion to have a market value of at least $20 billion 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 Workers find child's decomposed body 2nd-quarter earnings nearly double Site opened to register bidders CEO Jobs Says Has Cancer Surgery Possible securities violations disclosed 3rd-quarter earnings below expectations Regulators open inquiry into stock issue IPO price range to between $85 and $95 Google goes public, shares surge 18%
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Car Smashes into Home 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 Bush banked $700,000 at fund-raiser Washington ends undefeated dreams Stanford crashes out with loss to Alabama  Grunfeld missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer and the Cardinal became the first No. 1 seed to exit the NCAA, 70-67 Sun settles with Microsoft, cuts 3,300 job


January 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jan.6  $250 iPod mini unveiled
Jan.12
Jan.14  Better-than-expected profits and revenue
 Earnings rise on strong iPod, laptop sales


February 2004 ... more > Top ^
Feb.7  Heave keeps Cardinal undefeated
Feb.9  Juniper to buy NetScreen for $3.5 billion
Feb.13  Police: Students plotted to burn school
Feb.14  Stanford knocks off archrival for 21st win
Feb.19  Profit jumps 30%
Feb.21  Stanford stays perfect with 23th win
Feb.22  
Feb.23  IRS auditing 2001, 2002 returns
Feb.28  Apple Opens Store with Pomp
 Stanford routs Oregon for 25th win


March 2004 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4
 First-quarter revenue outlook narrowed
Mar.6
Mar.15  50 Million Songs Sold Over Internet
Mar.16  System to improve local search results
Mar.17  11th-straight day of record-breaking warm
Mar.20  
Mar.26  Yahoo to Buy Web Commerce Site Kelkoo
Mar.29  Google highlights its shopping service
Mar.31  Google to offer free e-mail


April 2004 ... more > Top ^
Apr.2  
  Struggling server maker reached a sweeping, $1.6 billion settlement and plans to cooperate with its longtime nemesis
Apr.5  Google, Yahoo ban online casino ads Apr.7 First-quarter profit doubles Apr.11  Cellular Chips Updated Apr.13  1st-quarter profits, sales rise Apr.14 Quarter earnings triple, beat expectations  Amazon-owned A9 launches search tool Apr.15  Larger-than-expected loss Apr.16  Sun promises MS deal will boost finances Apr.22  4-year-old boy fell out of bedroom, died  Network Associates renamed to McAfee Apr.29   Google files long-awaited IPO plans
  Google hopes to raise $2.7 billion to have a market value of at least $20 billion
Apr.30  Philosophical IPO notice

May 2004 ... more > Top ^
May.4  Mountain lion mauled 2 horses? May.7 Intel to focus on dual-core processors May.10  Blogger.com revised 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 May.19 Symantec to acquire Brightmail for $370m  Shares rises percent on profit jump May.21 Warriors give Montgomery 4-year deal  Co-founders each hold nearly 16% stakes May.23  Cyclist going 30 mph before fatal crash May.24  Johnson hired to replace Montgomery

June 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1  Mother remembers son killed in Iraq Jun.3 2nd-quarter financial forecast narrowed
Jun.16  Ex-Network Associates CFO charged Jun.25  Flaws that could affect computers Jun.28  CEO previews next upgrade of Mac OS

July 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2  Shares tumble after iMac delay  Mobile Home Becomes a Death Trap Jul.5  Fatal 4-alarm fire in apartment house Jul.7 2nd-quarter profit more than doubles
Jul.8  Trademark tug-of-war with kid's Web site   Workers find child's decomposed body  Construction workers found a garbage bag containing the remains of a small child  Stock plunges despite strong report Jul.11 Maid arrested for the murder of baby 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 Profit soars on new iPod sales Jul.18  Woman arrested in death of baby Jul.19  Cash lane converted to FasTrak lane Jul.20  4th-quarter profit as sales rise Jul.23  Lawsuit alleges discrimination Jul.26 Google to sell shares at $108 to $135 Jul.29  Apple accuses RealNetworks over iPod Jul.30   Site opened to register bidders  Google opened the site where prospective investors must register to bid for the company's shares

August 2004 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1   CEO Jobs Says Has Cancer Surgery
  Chief Executive Steve has had successful surgery for a pancreatic cancer, the company's co-founder told employees Aug.4   Possible securities violations disclosed
  Google may have illegally issued 23 million shares of its stock to hundreds of employees and consultants Aug.9 Google, Yahoo to settle patent dispute Aug.10  Car accident killed 29-year-old newlywed Aug.11  Woman shot, injured, ex-boyfriend dies 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 Aug.13  IPO auction clears Playboy hurdle Aug.16   Regulators open inquiry into stock issue  Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an informal inquiry into failure to register millions of shares Aug.17 No decision from SEC on IPO paperwork Aug.18   IPO price range to between $85 and $95
  The Internet search giant reduced the number of shares to be sold by insiders to 19.6 million, down from 25.7 million  Auction on IPO closed after SEC gives nod Aug.19   Google goes public, shares surge 18%
  Shares finished the day at $100.34 with more than 22 million shares having changed hands
 The offer price had been cut to at $85 from an initial estimate of $108-135, in the face of weakness in the tech sector. The flotation ranks as the 3rd richest US-based IPO on the Nasdaq. The shares offered through a 'Dutch auction' to give small investors a better chance of getting their hands on the stock
Aug.23  2 motorcycles/truck crash left one dead

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.14 Yahoo buys jukebox provider Musicmatch Sep.16  Recycling Plant 4-Alarm Fire Sep.20  Sexually assault at nursing home  Sun embraces Linux, targets Red Hat Sep.25  No. 1 USC rallies to fend off Stanford Sep.26  Died after gang-related drive-by shooting

October 2004 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1   46,000 residents without power  A contractor installing fiber-optic cables dug into the company's high-voltage transmission lines  Bill Gates praises boom in China, India Oct.3  Two people died in car accident Oct.5   Satellite mishap blamed on human error  NASA: A $239 million satellite toppled to a factory floor because nobody bothered to check that it was secure Oct.6  Book searches offered as new service Oct.12   3rd-quarter profit nearly quadruples  Internet giant's profit is reflecting a continued boom in online advertising. Company earned $253.3 million Profit gains despite weak PC demand
Oct.13 2 men dead after fight on school grounds Profits surge on iPod, laptop sales Oct.14   Software offered to search hard drive  Free software promises to scour documents, e-mails, instant messages and other stored files Steve Jobs first appears after surgery Oct.21 3rd-quarter profit more than doubles Oct.25 McCartney, Bennett sing together Oct.26  Color screen iPod, U2 collaboration Oct.27  Google buys digital mapping company

November 2004 ... more > Top ^
Nov.3 Ruskin Victorious in Assembly Race
Nov.5  Woman Raped in Her Bedroom  Sun finalizes accounting for settlement Nov.8   Billionaire Poizner concedes race  Republican spent $6 million of his own money in a bid for a seat in the state Assembly. He trailed Ruskin by 5,581 votes Nov.9   Mozilla Firefox browser launched   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.20  No. 4 Cal routs Stanford 41-6 Nov.23  $200 million hit for staff reductions Nov.30 2 elderly residents, dog killed in blaze  'Virus throttling' software

December 2004 ... more > Top ^
Dec.12  Pittsburgh Coach Harris is Stanford's Pick Dec.14 Google Bringing Libraries to Web
Dec.17   Symantec snaps up Veritas for $13.5b  Computer security giant is buying storage and backup program specialist to create the world's 4th largest software maker Dec.28 S. Jobs highest paid Bay Area executive