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1. 01-19 Feds Seek Records in Porn Probe Google
2. 01-24 Google censors itself for China Google
D. 04-24 McNealy steps down as CEO Sun
E. 05-12 Armed Robbers Strike Stanford, Palo Alto Stanford
F. 05-31 Sun to Cut Up to 5,000 Jobs Sun
G. 09-05 10,500 Layoffs Announced Intel
09-06 HP Sought Director Records in Leak Probe HP
I. 09-22 CEO Offers Apology; Chair Resigns Now HP

Summary.     Click for More > Investigation broke state laws Dunn to Step Down Apple targets TV and film market CEO Offers Apology; Chair Resigns Now Squirrel Attacks Prompt Crackdown Lawmakers Rip HP Tactics In Leak Scandal Scientist Shares Nobel Prize In Medicine Criminal Charges Filed Against Dunn Professor Wins Nobel Prize In Chemistry McAfee fires president; CEO retires Profits nearly double in 3Q 49ers dump Candlestick for Santa Clara  The 49ers intend to replace dingy park with a state-of-the-art stadium in Santa Clara Google jumps past $500 Report of options probe, shares rebound  There is a report that feds are investigating whether company officers forged documents to sweeten executive stock grants
Feds Seek Records in Porn Probe Google censors itself for China   SF Picks Google, EarthLink For Wi-Fi  A city panel identified Google and EarthLink as the best candidates to complete the ambitious project McNealy steps down as CEO Armed Robbers Strike Stanford, Palo Alto Sun to Cut Up to 5,000 Jobs 2Q earnings soar past expectations 10,500 Layoffs Announced  Semiconductor giant is laying off employees as part of a massive restructuring effort to reverse sinking profits HP Sought Director Records in Leak Probe
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Feds Seek Records in Porn Probe  The Bush administration has subpoenaed Google for details on what its users have been looking for Google censors itself for China  Leading internet search company has agreed to censor some of its services to satisfy Beijing's restrictions Google Need Not Turn Over Records   SF Picks Google, EarthLink For Wi-Fi


January 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1  Bicyclist was killed by falling tree branch
Jan.6  Google Opens Doors Of Online Video
Jan.10  iMacs, laptops will use Intel chips
Jan.11  Strip Club Scandal Hits Football Program
Jan.17  4th-quarter forecast missed
Jan.19  
Jan.21  Hospital strike averted
Jan.24  
Jan.28  Silicon Valley eyes wireless network
Jan.31  Bush names Stanford professor
 Profits Nearly Double, Off Analyst Target


February 2006 ... more > Top ^
Feb.3  Salesmen Suspected In Crime Spree
Feb.15  Fiscal First Quarter Profit Jumps 30%
Feb.16  Commerce secretary speaking to students
Feb.28  Stock Takes Hit After CFO Comments
 Two new Mac Minis


March 2006 ... more > Top ^
Mar.3  Stocks Slip After Revenue Warning
 Students Arrested For Gun Sale In Class
Mar.5  Burglaries when families out to dinner
Mar.6  Chlorine Leak At School Sickens Children
Mar.14  Judge Siding With Feds Over Subpoena
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Mar.23  Google Will Be Added To S&P 500


April 2006 ... more > Top ^
Apr.5  Apple Software to Run Windows XP
 
  A city panel identified Google and EarthLink as the best candidates to complete the ambitious project.    The recommendation was completing a 6-week reviewc The companies decided to team togethe...
Apr.6  Caltrain Slowed By 2 On-Track Fatalities Apr.14  Police Impersonators Rob Stripper Apr.20  Shares Jump After Strong 2Q Earnings Quarter profit soars Apr.21 Protesters Block Bush From Meeting Apr.24   McNealy steps down as CEO  Sun Microsystems' Scott McNealy replaced by Jonathan Schwartz, who had served as COO and president Apr.27 Fire Guts Silicon Valley Hi-Tech Firm

May 2006 ... more > Top ^
May.8 Beatles Lose Suit Against Apple Computer
SGI files for chapter 11 bankruptcy May.12   Armed Robbers Strike Stanford, Palo Alto  2 suspects are at large after robbing 2 men in Palo Alto, 40 minutes after a similar robbery on the University campus May.16 Student Robbed In String Of Crimes May.17 Fire at Strip Mall Destroys 4 Businesses May.25 Yahoo, eBay to join forces in partnership May.31   Sun to Cut Up to 5,000 Jobs  Sun Microsystems planned to reduce 37,500-person work force by 11% to 13% to return to consistent profitability

June 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jun.7 Google goes to Congress
Jun.26  Police Search For Armed Suspect

July 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jul.4 NASA Ames Celebrates Launch of Shuttle
Jul.18  2Q Profit Meets Analysts' Estimates Jul.19  iPod sales fuel robust income report Jul.20   2Q earnings soar past expectations  The company earned $721.1 million, or $2.33 per share. Comapre to the net income of $342.8 million last year Jul.22  Attorney Gen. Gonzales Speaks Jul.24 Advanced Micro Devices To Acquire ATI  1st round of Bank of the West Classic Jul.25 HP to buy Mercury Interactive for $4.5b Jul.30  Clijsters takes Bank of West title

August 2006 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1  Nike Chairman Pledges $105 Million Aug.3 Apple Warns Some Profits May Be Erased
Aug.5  Marching band suspended for trashing Aug.7  Apple completes transition to Intel chips Aug.8 Lawsuit: Salon Gave Deadly Pedicure Aug.10  UC's Join Book-Scanning Project Aug.12  Apple gets warning letter from Nasdaq Aug.15 Google Gives Free Wi-Fi To Mt. View Aug.16  HP Beats Forecast As Sales Up 5% Aug.22 New Football Stadium Unveiled Aug.23  Apple to pay $100m to Creative Aug.24 Apple Recalling 1.8m Laptops

September 2006 ... more > Top ^
Sep.5   10,500 Layoffs Announced
  Semiconductor giant is laying off employees as part of a massive restructuring effort to reverse sinking profits.    Most of the job cuts will come from the management, marketing and in...
 Woman's Body Found In Garbage Facility Sep.6   HP Sought Director Records in Leak Probe
  Investigators sought private telephone records while hunting for leaks to the media of confidential information
 HP ousts veteran member of board George Keyworth. The techniques of the investigation relied on an illegal data mining method known as 'pretexting'
Sep.8   Investigation broke state laws  Attorney general: Crimes were committed after HP hired private investigators to obtain the phone records Sep.10  CHP officer injuried on his way to pursuit Sep.12   Dunn to Step Down  Patricia Dunn will step down as chairwoman amid a widening scandal. She will be succeeded by CEO Hurd   Apple targets TV and film market  Computer firm unveiled a device which will stream music and video wirelessly between TV and computers Sep.16 New field can't help Stanford Sep.19  New Chip To Enable Super-Fast Downloads Sep.21 E-mails Suggest CEO Had Role In Scandal Sep.22   CEO Offers Apology; Chair Resigns Now
  Mark Hurd announced that the fallout over the scandal also appeared to take down 2 senior HP employees Sep.23 Family killed when driver passes out Sep.25  Wozniak book reveals the core of Apple Sep.27   Squirrel Attacks Prompt Crackdown  The squirrels are attacking people in a park. The solution may involve traps and cages Sep.28   Lawmakers Rip HP Tactics In Leak Scandal  Lawmakers denounced the intrusive tactics as a congressional hearing launched  General counsel resigns from company

October 2006 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2   Scientist Shares Nobel Prize In Medicine  Professor of Pathology and Genetics Andrew Fire won the Prize for discovering a way to silence specific genes Oct.4   Criminal Charges Filed Against Dunn
  California's attorney general filed charges against former HP Chairwoman Patricia Dunn and 4 others     Professor Wins Nobel Prize In Chemistry  Roger D. Kornberg, whose father won a Nobel Prize, was awarded for studies of how cells take information from genes Oct.5  HP's Dunn Smiles In Court, Faces Charges Oct.11   McAfee fires president; CEO retires  Antivirus software provider fired Kevin Weiss, and announced that George Samenuk will retire after options probe Oct.17  Yahoo, Intel Report 3Q Profit Declines Oct.19   Profits nearly double in 3Q  3rd quarter profit that catapulted 92%, handily beating expectations as users increasingly clicked on advertisements Oct.20  Soaring Profits Boost Stock Oct.23  Dell unveiling AMD-powered computers Oct.24  HP scandal references in OpenWorld Oct.31 Google Acquires Wiki Tool Developer


November 2006 ... more > Top ^
Nov.6  Boy, 16, Cited For Molesting Girl Nov.9   49ers dump Candlestick for Santa Clara
  The 49ers intend to replace dingy park with a state-of-the-art stadium in Santa Clara
 After years of planning for a stadium in the city, owner York changed his club's focus to Silicon Valley. John York is insisting the 49ers never will leave the Bay Area or change their name
Nov.15 Dunn Pleads Not Guilty In Spy Probe Nov.16  Hewlett-Packard Q4 Results Surge Nov.17  Carjacking Ends In 'Horrific' Crash Nov.21   Google jumps past $500  Google is leaving the shares up nearly 500% since the search engine went public little more than 2 years ago Nov.22  New Mayor, Vice Mayor named Nov.29  African bird in orchard 9K miles from home Nov.30  Shareholder Suit Claims Insider Trading  Intuit to Buy Digital Insight for $1.35B

December 2006 ... more > Top ^
Dec.2  AMD, Nvidia in antitrust investigation  No. 21 Cal Survives Stubborn Stanford Dec.5 Extensive Shake-Up
Dec.7  Google Begins Test Of Radio Ads $14.5M To Settle State Pretexting Lawsuit Dec.11 CFO Bob Wayman to retire Dec.12  CEO says more cost-cutting ahead Dog euthanized after mauling 5-year-old boy Dec.13  Congress Asks CEO To Explain Cashout Dec.14  Employees to auction options  Debate Rages Over Stun Guns Dec.15  Annual Report Delayed Dec.17  Univ. Launches E. Coli Into Earth's Orbit Dec.18  Harbaugh becomes Cardinal coach  Intel To Develop Electronic Quran  Yahoo exec, to lead ONE Campaign Dec.19  Wie accepted to Stanford Dec.27   Report of options probe, shares rebound
  There is a report that feds are investigating whether company officers forged documents to sweeten executive stock grants
Dec.29  Probe Clears Executives  Suit Over IPod-ITunes Link  Sex offender charged with 1977 murder