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Summary.     Click for More > US charges five over al-Qaeda links Dow fell to 7,286  4 Years low Share prices storm back Suicide bombers 'war criminals' United flies into bankruptcy FBI: 9/11 hijackers may have used spray 3rd consecutive year of stock losses
Tyson, Lewis fight at news conference Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist World Economic Forum starts Hughes edges Slutskaya, Kwan for gold Woods wins U.S. Open for second major WorldCom in accounting trouble, cut jobs  Troubled telecom firm announces overstatement of financial results, 17,000 job cuts. WorldCom terminated CFO Accounting panic hits Xerox Dow plunges below 9,000 Dow drop 400 and rebound Ground Zero plans unveiled Dow down 4.6% to 8,019  Profits fears at hi-tech and telecoms firms and a criminal investigation at drug firm Johnson & Johnson rattled nerves WorldCom files largest bankruptcy ever Dow saw its second-biggest gain ever  Dow Jones index added 488.95 points to 8,191.29. The buying was spurred by the arrest of offenders in Adelphia scandal Baseball strike averted Sampras wins U.S. Open   Terror attacks 1st anniversary Map of Ground Zero USA
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  At Ground Zero in New York, at the Pentagon, in a field in Pennsylvania moments of silence were observed
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Tyson, Lewis fight at news conference  Tyson's world title fight with Lennox Lewis is in doubt Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist  The Wall Street Journal has appealed to the kidnappers of Daniel Pearl to release him unharmed World Economic Forum starts  Hopes of a rapid recovery and calls for concerted action on poverty, have dominated the first day Hughes edges Slutskaya, Kwan for gold  Sarah Hughes soared from fourth place to win the free skate and the title US marks six months after attacks Charges over Twin Towers 'fraud' Paedophile priests face crackdown Tape 'shows September 11 hijacker' Explosion shaken building US stocks rebound 'Ground Zero' operation nears end Merrill pays $100m to settle tech tip row Ground Zero recovery ends Tax-free boost Godfather denied Catholic funeral Mass   Woods wins U.S. Open for second major  Woods became the first player since Nicklaus in 1972 to win the first two major championships of the year Stocks confirm market recovery Dow bounces after world markets slide WorldCom in accounting trouble, cut jobs


January 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jan.12  Raiders fly by Jets
Jan.22  
Jan.31  
 


February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.2  Abducted US journalist 'still alive'
 Protesters outside World Forum
Feb.3  Enron executives 'pocketed millions'
Feb.4  Annan plea to help world's poor
Feb.21  
Feb.22  Wife honours Pearl's 'spirit'
Feb.28  False alarm over Air India flight


March 2002 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4  Stock markets surge
Mar.11
Mar.21
Mar.24


April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.15
Apr.25


May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.8
May.16
May.21
May.30


June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.7
Jun.13
Jun.16  
Jun.17
Jun.24
Jun.25  
  Troubled telecom firm announces overstatement of financial results, 17,000 job cuts. WorldCom terminated CFO
Jun.28   Accounting panic hits Xerox  Shares in Xerox have plunged after a newspaper suggested the firm inflated its profits by $6bn

July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.10   Dow plunges below 9,000
  The Dow Jones index has lost more than 3% as investors failed to recover their nerve after a string of corporate scandals Jul.15   Dow drop 400 and rebound  Fears over corporate scandals and poor profits caused Dow dropped more than 400 points, nearly 5%, before rebounding Jul.16   Ground Zero plans unveiled   The first plans for redeveloping the site where the World Trade Center stood have been made public Greenspan wants crackdown on CEOs Jul.19   Dow down 4.6% to 8,019
  Profits fears at hi-tech and telecoms firms and a criminal investigation at drug firm Johnson & Johnson rattled nerves
Jul.21 Public pans WTC plans   WorldCom files largest bankruptcy ever  Nation's No. 2 long-distance company in Chapter 11, largest with $107 billion in assets, after it improperly booked $3.9 billion Jul.24   Dow saw its second-biggest gain ever
  Dow Jones index added 488.95 points to 8,191.29. The buying was spurred by the arrest of offenders in Adelphia scandal


August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1 WorldCom executives arrested Aug.4 Gore pens blistering critique of Bush Tape sheds light on WTC rescuers Aug.6 Workers stole millions after Sept. 11 Aug.30   Baseball strike averted
  Hours before games were scheduled to begin negotiators reach agreement to avoid work stoppage  Kuerten dominated Safin at U.S. Open Aug.31  Hewitt withstands Blake at U.S. Open

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3 Jitters send shares tumbling
Sep.7  Sampras reaches third straight Open final  Williams beats sister for U.S. Open title Sep.8   Sampras wins U.S. Open  Sampras wins first title in more than two years by beating Agassi 6-3, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 Sep.11     Terror attacks 1st anniversary Map of Ground Zero USA
  At Ground Zero in New York, at the Pentagon, in a field in Pennsylvania moments of silence were observed
Sep.14   US charges five over al-Qaeda links  The men formed an al Qaeda cell and at least 2 of them received weapons training at an al Qaeda camp in Afghanistan Sep.17 Two terror suspects at large Sep.23 New Miss Universe named after spat Sep.24 US data slows share tumble

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2 Bank in $4bn clerical error
Oct.3 Shots narrowly miss employees Oct.5  Angels send Yankees packing Oct.9   Dow fell to 7,286
  4 Years low
Shares tumble
Oct.11 World shares bounce back Oct.15   Share prices storm back  Promising corporate news helped counter concerns over the economic effects of the bomb blast in Bali

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1   Suicide bombers 'war criminals'
  Human Rights Watch: Those who plan and carry out suicide bombings to target civilians are guilty of crimes against humanity Nov.2  New York wins US Olympic bid over SF

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.9   United flies into bankruptcy
  United Airlines filed for the largest bankruptcy in airline history, succumbing to continued losses and debt payments Dec.11     FBI: 9/11 hijackers may have used spray  The hijackers on the first plane to hit the World Trade Center may have used chemical spray to subdue passengers and crew Dec.31   3rd consecutive year of stock losses
  World markets are making the current share price slump one of the longest on record


Suicide bombers 'war criminals'  Human Rights Watch: Those who plan and carry out suicide bombings to target civilians are guilty of crimes against humanity Explosion shaken building 'Ground Zero' operation nears end Ground Zero recovery ends Tape sheds light on WTC rescuers World Economic Forum starts  Hopes of a rapid recovery and calls for concerted action on poverty, have dominated the first day US stocks rebound Merrill pays $100m to settle tech tip row Tax-free boost Stocks confirm market recovery Dow bounces after world markets slide WorldCom in accounting trouble, cut jobs




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Feb.28  False alarm over Air India flight
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New York, 2002 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
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Jan.31
Feb.3  Enron executives 'pocketed millions'
Mar.4  Stock markets surge
May.8
May.21
Jun.7
Jun.17
Jun.24
Jun.25
  Troubled telecom firm announces overstatement of financial results, 17,000 job cuts. WorldCom terminated CFO
Jun.28 Accounting panic hits Xerox  Shares in Xerox have plunged after a newspaper suggested the firm inflated its profits by $6bn Jul.10 Dow plunges below 9,000  The Dow Jones index has lost more than 3% as investors failed to recover their nerve after a string of corporate scandals Jul.15 Dow drop 400 and rebound  Fears over corporate scandals and poor profits caused Dow dropped more than 400 points, nearly 5%, before rebounding Jul.16 Ground Zero plans unveiled   The first plans for redeveloping the site where the World Trade Center stood have been made public Jul.16 Greenspan wants crackdown on CEOs
Jul.19 Dow down 4.6% to 8,019
  Profits fears at hi-tech and telecoms firms and a criminal investigation at drug firm Johnson & Johnson rattled nerves
Jul.21 Public pans WTC plans Jul.21 WorldCom files largest bankruptcy ever  Nation's No. 2 long-distance company in Chapter 11, largest with $107 billion in assets, after it improperly booked $3.9 billion Jul.24 Dow saw its second-biggest gain ever
  Dow Jones index added 488.95 points to 8,191.29. The buying was spurred by the arrest of offenders in Adelphia scandal
Aug.1 WorldCom executives arrested Aug.30 Baseball strike averted  Hours before games were scheduled to begin negotiators reach agreement to avoid work stoppage Sep.3 Jitters send shares tumbling Sep.24 US data slows share tumble Oct.2 Bank in $4bn clerical error Oct.9 Dow fell to 7,286
  4 Years low
Oct.9 Shares tumble Oct.11 World shares bounce back Oct.15 Share prices storm back  Promising corporate news helped counter concerns over the economic effects of the bomb blast in Bali Dec.9 United flies into bankruptcy  United Airlines filed for the largest bankruptcy in airline history, succumbing to continued losses and debt payments Dec.31 3rd consecutive year of stock losses  World markets are making the current share price slump one of the longest on record



New York, 2002 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.12  Raiders fly by Jets Jan.22 Tyson, Lewis fight at news conference  Tyson's world title fight with Lennox Lewis is in doubt Feb.21 Hughes edges Slutskaya, Kwan for gold  Sarah Hughes soared from fourth place to win the free skate and the title Jun.16   Woods wins U.S. Open for second major  Woods became the first player since Nicklaus in 1972 to win the first two major championships of the year Aug.30 Baseball strike averted  Hours before games were scheduled to begin negotiators reach agreement to avoid work stoppage Aug.30  Kuerten dominated Safin at U.S. Open Aug.31  Hewitt withstands Blake at U.S. Open Sep.7  Sampras reaches third straight Open final Sep.7  Williams beats sister for U.S. Open title Sep.8 Sampras wins U.S. Open  Sampras wins first title in more than two years by beating Agassi 6-3, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 Oct.5  Angels send Yankees packing Nov.2  New York wins US Olympic bid over SF



New York, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.31 Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist  The Wall Street Journal has appealed to the kidnappers of Daniel Pearl to release him unharmed Feb.2  Abducted US journalist 'still alive' Mar.21 Charges over Twin Towers 'fraud'
Mar.24 Paedophile priests face crackdown Apr.15 Tape 'shows September 11 hijacker' Aug.1 WorldCom executives arrested Aug.6 Workers stole millions after Sept. 11 Sep.14 US charges five over al-Qaeda links  The men formed an al Qaeda cell and at least 2 of them received weapons training at an al Qaeda camp in Afghanistan Sep.17 Two terror suspects at large Oct.3 Shots narrowly miss employees Nov.1 Suicide bombers 'war criminals'  Human Rights Watch: Those who plan and carry out suicide bombings to target civilians are guilty of crimes against humanity Dec.11   FBI: 9/11 hijackers may have used spray  The hijackers on the first plane to hit the World Trade Center may have used chemical spray to subdue passengers and crew



New York, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.31 Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist  The Wall Street Journal has appealed to the kidnappers of Daniel Pearl to release him unharmed Feb.2  Protesters outside World Forum Feb.4  Annan plea to help world's poor Feb.22  Wife honours Pearl's 'spirit' Mar.11 US marks six months after attacks
Mar.24 Paedophile priests face crackdown Jun.13 Godfather denied Catholic funeral Mass Aug.4 Gore pens blistering critique of Bush Sep.11   Terror attacks 1st anniversary Map of Ground Zero USA
  At Ground Zero in New York, at the Pentagon, in a field in Pennsylvania moments of silence were observed
Sep.23 New Miss Universe named after spat