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Sun to slash thousands of jobs May 31, 2006 Struggling workstation and server maker said it will cut between 4,000 to 5,000 employees over the next six months.
The education of Jonathan Schwartz May 22, 2007 After his first year on the job, Sun's CEO says that the company is relevant again but that there are still problems to fix.
Sun layoff hits hundreds August 4, 2006 Second phase of a job cut hits employees of the server and software company, part of a plan to lay off up to 5,000.
Sun promises to open-source Java May 16, 2006 Sun execs say the question is no longer whether the Java programming language will be open-sourced, but how it should be done.
Sun Grid to launch this week March 21, 2006 After struggling to release public version of computing infrastructure, Sun says it's ironed out the wrinkles.
Charges weigh down on Sun's revenue jump July 25, 2006 Restructuring charges and other expenses drag Sun Microsystems into the red, but revenue beats estimates. Schwarz weighs in during Sun's earnings call
McNealy steps down at Sun April 24, 2006 Jonathan Schwartz takes over as CEO from Scott McNealy, who stays on as chairman as the company grapples with profitability.
Sun: Same song, second verse? April 26, 2006 McNealy, Schwartz are cast from same mold, but some expect new CEO to begin layoffs his predecessor avoided.
Sun to cut jobs August 7, 2007 Cuts will come in the second half of the year as part of a restructuring plan, according to a regulatory filing.
Sun puts Java into gear for cars June 29, 2004 The JavaOne crowd envisions a future with downloadable horn tunes as Sun's Jonathan Schwartz outlines a push to put Java in autos.
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