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08-01 Microsoft ex-president named CEO Milpitas
2. 08-06 Day laborers ordinance blocked Los Altos
D. 08-06 20-Foot Flames in Cardboard Factory Fire Santa Clara
4. 08-07 FTC probes VeriSign's marketing tactics Mountain View
F. 08-08 Grove donates $5m to stem cell program Intel
6. 08-08 SONICblue fires chief executive Santa Clara
7. 08-09 Sun Microsystems Loaned $6.3 Million Sun
I. 08-10 DNA didn't match, rape charges dropped Palo Alto
J. 08-12 Man Cleared Of Rape Wants Apology Palo Alto

Shares fall with pending S&P 500 removal SONICblue fires chief executive
  Microsoft ex-president named CEO  Richard Belluzzo, who served a year as Microsoft president and COO, was named CEO of data storage company Quantum NASA offers news for Russians Job Fair Draws Hundreds of Hopefuls Letter carrier helped rescue elderly Day laborers ordinance blocked  A federal judge temporarily blocked enforcement of a law that prevents day laborers from soliciting work 20-Foot Flames in Cardboard Factory Fire  Flames shot out of the Jefferson Smurfet warehouse at De La Cruz and Martin. The fire grew to three alarms FTC probes VeriSign's marketing tactics  The probe centers on the Web domain registry company's business pitch Share Options Won't Counted as Expense Grove donates $5m to stem cell program


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Aug.1   Milpitas  
  Moffett Field
Aug.5   Santa Clara
  Cupertino
Aug.6   Los Altos  
  Santa Clara  
Aug.7   Mountain View  
  Intel
Aug.8   Intel  
  Intel chairman announced a matching grant plan to reinvigorate the UCSF human embryonic stem cell program
  Palm
  Santa Clara  
  The board of directors for consumer electronics company fired chief executive, president and chairman, Ken Potashner
Aug.9   Sun   Sun Microsystems Loaned $6.3 Million  Computer maker had loaned $6.3 million to 6 current and former executives and directors since 1999   Intel Expensing stock options rejected Aug.10   Palo Alto   DNA didn't match, rape charges dropped  Prosecutors have dropped charges against Jorge Eduardo Hernandez, 18, accused of raping a 94-year-old woman in January   Sun Low-end Linux machine Aug.11   Palo Alto 2-alarm fire damages 2 homes Aug.12   Palo Alto   Man Cleared Of Rape Wants Apology  Jorge Hernandez, 18, says detectives misinterpreted his comments during an interrogation   Intel New Chip Manufacturing Technology Aug.13   Santa Clara Network Assoc. Sweetens McAfee Offer   Apple Cuts Take iMac Back to Initial Price   Mountain View Handspring names new CFO   HP New financial services unit Aug.14   Los Altos Armed residential robbery Aug.16   Sunnyvale   Loudcloud sold, renamed to Opsware
  Loudcloud Inc. completed the $63.5 million sale of its online services business to EDS
  Palo Alto Year in jail for using used needles Aug.17   Palo Alto   U.S. executive homes priciest  2,200-square-foot, 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom house with a two-car garage sold for an average of about $1.26 million Aug.19   Palm   Color Claim Mistake  $249 m130 handheld can display far fewer colors than the company originally claimed   AMD   Business PC Market Deal with HP  Advanced Micro Devices it reached a long-standing goal, landing its first deal for a top-tier U.S. personal-computer maker Aug.20   eBay   EBay-PayPal merger clears DoJ hurdle  A deadline for the Justice Department to request more information has passed with no queries from regulators Aug.21   Mountain View   PayPal to Limit Online Gaming  The electronic payment service has agreed to pay a $200,000 penalty Aug.22   Palo Alto   Classes in languages other than Spanish  Parents of elementary school children want School District to offer immersion classes in languages other than Spanish Aug.23   Santa Clara   Man killed by red light runner  Li Ling Hu, 67, was killed when his car was rammed on the driver's side by another motorist Aug.26   Intel   Intel Sees Modest Growth Ahead  CEO Craig Barrett expected modest growth in third-quarter earnings over the preceding quarter Aug.27   Intel   Intel Drops on CEO's Assessment  Shares of were down more than 4%   HP   Combined HP reports first results  Hewlett-Packard blamed weak demand for third-quarter sales that fell short of expectations   Palm   Palm sued for overstating color features  Palm has admitted it overstated the color display features of its new m130 handheld. It faces a consumer class-action lawsuit Aug.29   Sun   Sun to hit bottom part of revenue
  Sun Microsystems expects to land in the 'bottom part' of its revenue target range for the current quarter
Aug.30   Google   Google Hires CFO
  George Reyes, 48, is a former financial officer at Sun Microsystems



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West Santa Clara County, August 2002, Location by Topic
Location Business Crime Accidents Earnings High Tech
Silicon Valley
Microsoft ex-president named CEO
Job Fair Draws Hundreds of Hopefuls
Day laborers ordinance blocked
FTC probes VeriSign's marketing tactics
Share Options Won't Counted as Expense
SONICblue fires chief executive
Shares fall with pending S&P 500 removal
Sun Microsystems Loaned $6.3 Million
Expensing stock options rejected
Low-end Linux machine
New Chip Manufacturing Technology
Cuts Take iMac Back to Initial Price
Network Assoc. Sweetens McAfee Offer
Handspring names new CFO
Loudcloud sold, renamed to Opsware
Sun to hit bottom part of revenue
Google Hires CFO
DNA didn't match, rape charges dropped
Man Cleared Of Rape Wants Apology
Armed residential robbery
Year in jail for using used needles
Man killed by red light runner
Letter carrier helped rescue elderly
20-Foot Flames in Cardboard Factory Fire
2-alarm fire damages 2 homes
Man killed by red light runner
Share Options Won't Counted as Expense
Shares fall with pending S&P 500 removal
Expensing stock options rejected
Intel Sees Modest Growth Ahead
Intel Drops on CEO's Assessment
Sun to hit bottom part of revenue
FTC probes VeriSign's marketing tactics
Low-end Linux machine
New Chip Manufacturing Technology
Cuts Take iMac Back to Initial Price
Color Claim Mistake
PayPal to Limit Online Gaming
Palo Alto
Sun Microsystems Loaned $6.3 Million
Low-end Linux machine
New financial services unit
U.S. executive homes priciest
Sun to hit bottom part of revenue
DNA didn't match, rape charges dropped
Man Cleared Of Rape Wants Apology
Year in jail for using used needles
2-alarm fire damages 2 homes
Combined HP reports first results
Sun to hit bottom part of revenue
Low-end Linux machine
Santa Clara
Job Fair Draws Hundreds of Hopefuls
Share Options Won't Counted as Expense
SONICblue fires chief executive
Expensing stock options rejected
New Chip Manufacturing Technology
Network Assoc. Sweetens McAfee Offer
Man killed by red light runner
20-Foot Flames in Cardboard Factory Fire
Man killed by red light runner
Share Options Won't Counted as Expense
Expensing stock options rejected
Intel Sees Modest Growth Ahead
Intel Drops on CEO's Assessment
New Chip Manufacturing Technology
Intel
Share Options Won't Counted as Expense
Expensing stock options rejected
New Chip Manufacturing Technology
Intel Sees Modest Growth Ahead
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Share Options Won't Counted as Expense
Expensing stock options rejected
Intel Sees Modest Growth Ahead
New Chip Manufacturing Technology
Sunnyvale
Shares fall with pending S&P 500 removal
Loudcloud sold, renamed to Opsware
Color Claim Mistake
Business PC Market Deal with HP
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Shares fall with pending S&P 500 removal
Color Claim Mistake
Mountain View
FTC probes VeriSign's marketing tactics
Handspring names new CFO
Google Hires CFO
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FTC probes VeriSign's marketing tactics
PayPal to Limit Online Gaming
Palm
Shares fall with pending S&P 500 removal
Color Claim Mistake
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Shares fall with pending S&P 500 removal
Color Claim Mistake
Sun
Sun Microsystems Loaned $6.3 Million
Sun to hit bottom part of revenue
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Sun to hit bottom part of revenue
Low-end Linux machine
Los Altos
Day laborers ordinance blocked
Armed residential robbery
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HP
New financial services unit
Combined HP reports first results
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Combined HP reports first results
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Cupertino
Cuts Take iMac Back to Initial Price
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Letter carrier helped rescue elderly
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Cuts Take iMac Back to Initial Price

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