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2. 2014-06-12 Silicon Valley billionaire Scott McNealy caddies for his son at Pinehurst Sun
D. 2011-06-23 Shares down on hardware sales Oracle
E. 2010-06-24 Oracle Income Jumps On Sun Acquisition Oracle
F. 2010-06-04 Oracle Cutting More Ex-Sun Workers' Jobs Oracle
2010-02-04 Sun CEO: Twitter quitter Sun
H. 2010-01-27 Oracle completes Sun acquisition Oracle
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J. 2009-12-14 E.U. warms to Oracle-Sun deal Oracle



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Oracle slashes at least 900 Santa Clara jobs Map of Oracle Santa Clara  Oracle has chopped several hundred jobs worldwide, including more than 900 in Santa Clara in the hardware and Solaris operating system organizations Shares down on hardware sales. Oracle Oracle Income Jumps On Sun Acquisition Sun CEO: Twitter quitter  Sun Microsystems CEO Jonathan Schwartz announced his resignation via a Twitter haiku, adding a poetic flourish to the end of his company Oracle completes Sun acquisition EU clears Oracle takeover of Sun  The European Union cleared proposed $7.4 billion takeover of Sun Microsystems Inc., saying it would not significantly affect competition in the EU E.U. warms to Oracle-Sun deal  European Union regulator are softening their opposition to proposed $7.4 billion takeove, a shift that has resurrected some investors' hopes Sun Micro Slashing Up To 3,000 Jobs


year 2017 Top ^

Sep.5


year 2014 Top ^

Jun.12  Silicon Valley billionaire Scott McNealy caddies for his son at Pinehurst


year 2011 Top ^

Jun.23


year 2010 Top ^

Jun.24
Jun.4  Oracle Cutting More Ex-Sun Workers' Jobs
Feb.4
Jan.27
Jan.21


year 2009 Top ^

Dec.14
Oct.29  CEO's pay package cut by a third in '09
Oct.20
  Sun Microsystems Inc. plans to eliminate up to 10% of its worldwide work force, as it awaits a takeover by Oracle, a deal being held up by Europe
Sep.3 EU Applies Brakes To Oracle-Sun Deal  European Union regulators are launching a formal antitrust investigation into Oracle Corp.'s proposed $7.4 billion takeover of Sun Microsyst... Aug.28 Sun posts $147M loss as Oracle deal looms Jul.14 Sun Predicts Weak Results Apr.20 Oracle To Buy Sun For $7.4B
  Oracle Corp. is pouncing on an opportunity that opened up after rival IBM abandoned an earlier bid to buy computer server and software maker
Apr.5 Sun deal cloudy after IBM pulls offer  Sun terminated IBM's status as its exclusive negotiating partner; the two sides were still talking Mar.21 Possible roadblocks if IBM to acquire Sun Mar.18 IBM May Buy Sun Micro  Sun Microsystems shares soared after a published report said IBM is in preliminary talks to buy Sun for at least $6.5 billion in cash

year 2008 Top ^

Nov.14 Sun To Cut 6,000 Jobs  Sun Microsystems plans to cut up to 18% of its global work force, as sales of its high-end computer servers have collapsed Sep.24 Sun CEO gets $11M 2008 pay package
Aug.1 Sun Expands Stock Buyback Jul.15 Sun Micro predicts 4Q above Street May.1 Sun swings to 3Q loss, shares tumble Jan.16 Sun to buy MySQL for $1 billion  Open-source software maker MySQL AB's technology is used by some of the world's biggest Web sites

year 2007 Top ^

Nov.6 Sun Microsystems Sees 1Q Profit
Aug.7 Sun Microsystems to Reduce Work Force Jul.31 Shares jump 11% on 4th-quarter profit Apr.24 3Q Profit, But Shares Fall Jan.23 Profit After Years In Red

year 2006 Top ^

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.    The cuts, over the next six months, will cost from $340 million to $500 million over the next several quarters The plan includes selling real estat...
Apr.24 McNealy steps down as CEO
  Sun Microsystems' Scott McNealy replaced by Jonathan Schwartz, who had served as COO and president.    Scott McNealy, 51, is ending a long career as one of Silicon Valley's most colorful and controversial CEOs. McNealy will rem...


year 2005 Top ^

Oct.4 Google, Sun target Microsoft Office  Sun Microsystems and Google unveiled a partnership in which they will distribute software technologies together Jun.2 Sun buys StorageTek for $4.1 billion
  Sun Microsystems has signed a deal to buy the technology firm to become more competitive in business data storage Apr.30 Stock rises on report of sale

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.5 Sun finalizes accounting for settlement
Sep.20 Sun embraces Linux, targets Red Hat Jul.20  4th-quarter profit as sales rise Apr.15  Larger-than-expected loss Apr.2 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
Jan.15  2nd-quarter loss narrowed; revenues fall

year 2003 Top ^

Sep.29 $1.05 billion charge for fiscal 4th quarter  Sun Microsystems revised its quarter results after realizing its first-quarter loss will be greater than expected Sep.18 Sun to cut another 1,080 jobs  Troubled computer and software maker plans to cut another 3% of its work force to return to sustained profitability Jul.22 4th-quarter revenue falls 13%

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.23 Microsoft Ordered to Carry Sun's Java
Oct.17 Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs  Sun Microsystems will cut 11% of its work force to bring its expenses in line with sales, despite results that beat expectations Aug.29 Sun to hit bottom part of revenue Jul.19 Sun Shares Off 27% Jul.18 Returns to profitability in fourth quarter Jul.9 Pioneer of Gnutella dies at 25  Belmont: Gene Kan, an unofficial spokesman for file-swapping Gnutella, found dead of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound Jun.24 Layoffs allegedly favored foreign workers May.1 Sun president stepping down Mar.8 Sun sues Microsoft  Sun Microsystems is claiming $1 billion in damages from the decision to make Windows XP incompatible with Sun's Java

year 2001 Top ^

Oct.18 Sun beats expectations
Oct.5 Sun cut 9% of work force  Sun Microsystems lowers earnings outlook and cut 3,900 jobs Jul.19 Sun beats expectations May.29 Sun Microsystems lowers forecasts  Revenue in fourth quarter is expected to be between $3.8 billion and $4 billion. Sun to concentrate on Fortune 500 companies


Microsoft Ordered to Carry Sun's Java Sun sues Microsoft  Sun Microsystems is claiming $1 billion in damages from the decision to make Windows XP incompatible with Sun's Java $1.05 billion charge for fiscal 4th quarter  Sun Microsystems revised its quarter results after realizing its first-quarter loss will be greater than expected Oracle completes Sun acquisition EU clears Oracle takeover of Sun  The European Union cleared proposed $7.4 billion takeover of Sun Microsystems Inc., saying it would not significantly affect competition in the EU E.U. warms to Oracle-Sun deal  European Union regulator are softening their opposition to proposed $7.4 billion takeove, a shift that has resurrected some investors' hopes EU Applies Brakes To Oracle-Sun Deal  European Union regulators are launching a formal antitrust investigation into Oracle Corp.'s proposed $7.4 billion takeover of Sun Microsyst... Oracle To Buy Sun For $7.4B




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  Oracle Corp. is pouncing on an opportunity that opened up after rival IBM abandoned an earlier bid to buy computer server and software maker
Apr.5 Sun deal cloudy after IBM pulls offer  Sun terminated IBM's status as its exclusive negotiating partner; the two sides were still talking Mar.21 Possible roadblocks if IBM to acquire Sun
Mar.18 IBM May Buy Sun Micro
  Sun Microsystems shares soared after a published report said IBM is in preliminary talks to buy Sun for at least $6.5 billion in cash 2008 Jan.16 Sun to buy MySQL for $1 billion  Open-source software maker MySQL AB's technology is used by some of the world's biggest Web sites 2005 Jun.2 Sun buys StorageTek for $4.1 billion
  Sun Microsystems has signed a deal to buy the technology firm to become more competitive in business data storage



Sun, Business Business Leaders Timeline ... See Bay Area Business Leaders timeline, World Business Leaders timeline Top ^
2014 Jun.12  Silicon Valley billionaire Scott McNealy caddies for his son at Pinehurst 2010 Feb.4 Sun CEO: Twitter quitter
  Sun Microsystems CEO Jonathan Schwartz announced his resignation via a Twitter haiku, adding a poetic flourish to the end of his company 2009 Oct.29  CEO's pay package cut by a third in '09 2008 Sep.24 Sun CEO gets $11M 2008 pay package 2006 Apr.24 McNealy steps down as CEO
  Sun Microsystems' Scott McNealy replaced by Jonathan Schwartz, who had served as COO and president.    Scott McNealy, 51, is ending a long career as one of Silicon Valley's most colorful and controversial CEOs. McNealy will rem...
2002 May.1 Sun president stepping down



Sun, Business Stocks Timeline ... See Bay Area Stocks timeline, World Stocks timeline Top ^
2011 Jun.23 Shares down on hardware sales
. Oracle 2008 Aug.1 Sun Expands Stock Buyback 2007 Jul.31 Shares jump 11% on 4th-quarter profit 2005 Apr.30 Stock rises on report of sale 2002 Jul.19 Sun Shares Off 27%



Sun, Business Earnings Timeline ... See Bay Area Earnings timeline, World Earnings timeline Top ^
2010 Jun.24 Oracle Income Jumps On Sun Acquisition
2009 Aug.28 Sun posts $147M loss as Oracle deal looms Jul.14 Sun Predicts Weak Results 2008 Jul.15 Sun Micro predicts 4Q above Street May.1 Sun swings to 3Q loss, shares tumble 2007 Nov.6 Sun Microsystems Sees 1Q Profit Apr.24 3Q Profit, But Shares Fall Jan.23 Profit After Years In Red 2004 Jul.20  4th-quarter profit as sales rise Apr.15  Larger-than-expected loss Jan.15  2nd-quarter loss narrowed; revenues fall 2003 Jul.22 4th-quarter revenue falls 13% 2002 Oct.17 Sun posts $111M loss, to cut 4,400 jobs  Sun Microsystems will cut 11% of its work force to bring its expenses in line with sales, despite results that beat expectations Aug.29 Sun to hit bottom part of revenue Jul.18 Returns to profitability in fourth quarter 2001 Oct.18 Sun beats expectations Jul.19 Sun beats expectations May.29 Sun Microsystems lowers forecasts  Revenue in fourth quarter is expected to be between $3.8 billion and $4 billion. Sun to concentrate on Fortune 500 companies



Sun, Business Job Cut Timeline ... See Bay Area Job Cut timeline, World Job Cut timeline Top ^
2017 Sep.5 Oracle slashes at least 900 Santa Clara jobs Map of Oracle Santa Clara  Oracle has chopped several hundred jobs worldwide, including more than 900 in Santa Clara in the hardware and Solaris operating system organizations 2010 Jun.4  Oracle Cutting More Ex-Sun Workers' Jobs 2009 Oct.20 Sun Micro Slashing Up To 3,000 Jobs
  Sun Microsystems Inc. plans to eliminate up to 10% of its worldwide work force, as it awaits a takeover by Oracle, a deal being held up by Europe
2008 Nov.14 Sun To Cut 6,000 Jobs  Sun Microsystems plans to cut up to 18% of its global work force, as sales of its high-end computer servers have collapsed 2007 Aug.7 Sun Microsystems to Reduce Work Force
2006 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.    The cuts, over the next six months, will cost from $340 million to $500 million over the next several quarters The plan includes selling real estat...
2004 Apr.2 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
2003 Sep.18 Sun to cut another 1,080 jobs  Troubled computer and software maker plans to cut another 3% of its work force to return to sustained profitability 2002 Jun.24 Layoffs allegedly favored foreign workers 2001 Oct.5 Sun cut 9% of work force  Sun Microsystems lowers earnings outlook and cut 3,900 jobs



Sun, Business Business Obituary Timeline ... See Bay Area Business Obituary timeline, World Business Obituary timeline Top ^
2002 Jul.9 Pioneer of Gnutella dies at 25  Belmont: Gene Kan, an unofficial spokesman for file-swapping Gnutella, found dead of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound



Sun, Business High Tech Business Timeline ... See Bay Area High Tech Business timeline, World High Tech Business timeline Top ^
2005 Oct.4 Google, Sun target Microsoft Office  Sun Microsystems and Google unveiled a partnership in which they will distribute software technologies together 2004 Nov.5 Sun finalizes accounting for settlement
Sep.20 Sun embraces Linux, targets Red Hat