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B. 11-04 Moore invests $4.6B into philanthropy Intel
11-06 Founder family oppose Compaq deal HP
3. 11-07 Tentative deal to take BART south San Jose
4. 11-08 CEO Yankowski resigns Palm
F. 11-09 Bike-Riding Attacker Mountain View
G. 11-13 Los Altos Woman Victim of NY Crash Los Altos
7. 11-14 HP beats estimates HP
8. 11-15 Yahoo to cut 400 jobs Yahoo
9. 11-15 Agilent to cut 4,000 more jobs Palo Alto

Music software bug Tentative deal to take BART south  BART and Valley Transportation Authority announced a deal to take BART from Fremont to San Jose and Santa Clara Motel Manager barricaded CEO Yankowski resigns
Schools pull plug on laptops Sun Micro May Sue Microsoft Moore invests $4.6B into philanthropy  Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation focuses on higher education, environmental causes and medical and scientific research Palm regains lead Clark and Barksdale made start-up Man killed in 3-car crash Founder family oppose Compaq deal


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Nov.3   Palo Alto
  Sun
Nov.4   Intel  
  Palm
  Sunnyvale
Nov.5   Highway 280
Nov.6   HP  
  The family and foundation of William Hewlett will vote their 5% stake against the takeover
  Apple
Nov.7   San Jose  
  Palo Alto
Nov.8   Palm  
  Eric Benhamou, chairman, will take his place until a permanent replacement
Nov.9   Mountain View   Bike-Riding Attacker  Sexual predator has attacked at least 4 women on city streets and along park trail   UC Berkeley Intel sets up R&D lab near UC Nov.10   Burlingame $15,000 for Stanford sperm Nov.11   Mountain View Best hospital in nursing care Nov.12   Sunnyvale Juniper to acquire Pacific Broadband   Palo Alto Agilent CFO steps down Nov.13   Los Altos   Los Altos Woman Victim of NY Crash  Kathy Williams was one of trustees of private school in Palo Alto   Intel Low-Power Pentium III for Servers   Santa Clara Covad gets $150 million loan   Santa Clara Electric-hybrid buses Nov.14   HP   HP beats estimates  4th-quarter earnings fell sharply from a year ago   Yahoo Board expanded with airline chairman   Mountain View $285 million for office   Yahoo Yahoo to Provide DSL, cut jobs Nov.15   Yahoo   Yahoo to cut 400 jobs
  More than 12% of its work force to be cut. Yahoo is condensing 44 business units into 6
  Palo Alto   Agilent to cut 4,000 more jobs
  Company is meeting expectations in its 4th quarter
  HP   CEOs reject $22M in merger bonuses  HP and Compaq CEOs withdrew from a bonus program for completing the merger Nov.16   Yahoo   VP resignes  Ellen Siminoff was senior vice president of entertainment and small business Nov.19   Santa Clara   Feds allege insider trading  5 employees of Nvidia Corp. bought thousands of shares based on signing a $2 billion Xbox video game deal   Sunnyvale   Loudcloud narrows losses  Prospects continue to improve in the current quarter   Palm Merger Speculation Nov.20   Palo Alto   Association president critically injured  Susan Bright Winn, 61, the president of the city Historical Association was injured after her son allegedly beat her   Mountain View   Mayor rejects abuse charges  Mario Ambra has pleaded innocent that he was pressuring city employees to deny two development applications Nov.22   Mountain View   Police boss named  Scott S.G. Vermeer was Menlo Park Police Chief Nov.25   Dumbarton Bridge   Possible jumper  Jumper was received at 10 am   Intel   Breakthrough in Transistor Design  The new designs will help the tiny transistors run cooler, use less power and operate efficiently Nov.26   Stanford   New Carnegie research center  Department of Global Ecology will be in 2003 the first scientific research center established by Carnegie Nov.27   Los Altos Hills   W. Glenn Campbell dead at 77  Campbell led Stanford University's Hoover Institution for nearly 30 years Nov.28   Highway 3Com   Troubled 3Com won't renew name
  3Com intends to take its name off the former Candlestick Park when deal with 49ers expires at the end of the season
  Palm   250 jobs to cut, revenue as expected  Cuts will reduce work force by 16%. Handheld device maker revenue will range from $250 million to $280 million Nov.30   Palo Alto   City employees to take holidays off  Employees can either use their vacation time or take time off without pay



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Silicon Valley
Sun Micro May Sue Microsoft
Clark and Barksdale made start-up
Palm regains lead
Music software bug
Tentative deal to take BART south
CEO Yankowski resigns
Best hospital in nursing care
Juniper to acquire Pacific Broadband
Agilent CFO steps down
Low-Power Pentium III for Servers
Electric-hybrid buses
Yahoo to cut 400 jobs
Agilent to cut 4,000 more jobs
VP resignes
250 jobs to cut, revenue as expected
Moore invests $4.6B into philanthropy
Mayor rejects abuse charges
Police boss named
City employees to take holidays off
Sun Micro May Sue Microsoft
Clark and Barksdale made start-up
Palm regains lead
Music software bug
Low-Power Pentium III for Servers
Yahoo to Provide DSL, cut jobs
Breakthrough in Transistor Design
Schools pull plug on laptops
Breakthrough in Transistor Design
Motel Manager barricaded
Bike-Riding Attacker
Feds allege insider trading
Association president critically injured
Sunnyvale
Clark and Barksdale made start-up
Palm regains lead
CEO Yankowski resigns
Juniper to acquire Pacific Broadband
Yahoo to cut 400 jobs
VP resignes
250 jobs to cut, revenue as expected
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Clark and Barksdale made start-up
Palm regains lead
Yahoo to Provide DSL, cut jobs
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Palo Alto
Sun Micro May Sue Microsoft
Founder family oppose Compaq deal
HP beats estimates
Agilent to cut 4,000 more jobs
CEOs reject $22M in merger bonuses
City employees to take holidays off
Sun Micro May Sue Microsoft
Schools pull plug on laptops
Motel Manager barricaded
Association president critically injured
Peninsula
Founder family oppose Compaq deal
HP beats estimates
CEOs reject $22M in merger bonuses
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New Carnegie research center
W. Glenn Campbell dead at 77
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Santa Clara
Low-Power Pentium III for Servers
Electric-hybrid buses
Covad gets $150 million loan
Moore invests $4.6B into philanthropy
Low-Power Pentium III for Servers
Breakthrough in Transistor Design
Breakthrough in Transistor Design
Feds allege insider trading
Mountain View
Best hospital in nursing care
$285 million for office
Mayor rejects abuse charges
Police boss named
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Bike-Riding Attacker
Yahoo
Board expanded with airline chairman
Yahoo to cut 400 jobs
VP resignes
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Yahoo to Provide DSL, cut jobs
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Palm
Palm regains lead
CEO Yankowski resigns
250 jobs to cut, revenue as expected
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Palm regains lead
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HP
Founder family oppose Compaq deal
HP beats estimates
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W. Glenn Campbell dead at 77
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Intel
Low-Power Pentium III for Servers
Breakthrough in Transistor Design
Moore invests $4.6B into philanthropy
Low-Power Pentium III for Servers
Breakthrough in Transistor Design
Breakthrough in Transistor Design
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