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Published October 6, 2012 11:21 pm
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Convention Calendar


Academy of Medical Surgical Nurses

2012 Annual Meeting

Salt Palace

Runs through • Sunday

Attendance • 1,100

Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society

2012 Annual Meeting

Little America Hotel

Runs through • Sunday

Attendance • 200

Environmental Systems

Research Institute

Ersi Electric Gas User Conference

Salt Palace

Runs through • Wednesday

Attendance • 400



2012 Conference

Salt Palace

Runs through • Friday

Attendance • 400

National Rural Electric

Cooperative Association

Region 7 & 9 Meeting

The Grant America

Runs through • Thursday

Attendance • 950


Utah Marathon & Fitness

2012 Fitness State Expo

Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel

Runs through • Saturday

Attendance • 15,000

HBC Event Travel Services

2012 Tough Mudder Utah

Miller Motor Sportspark

Runs through • Sunday

Attendance • 12,000


Transportation Research Board

2012 URSTA Conference

Little America Hotel

Runs through • Oct. 18

Attendance • 450

Economic Calendar

New economic numbers to be released this week:


Commerce Department • Wholesale trade inventories

Federal Reserve • Beige Book


Labor Department • Weekly jobless claims

Commerce Department • International trade data for August

Freddie Mac • Weekly mortgage rate

Treasury Department • Federal budget for fiscal 2012


Labor Department • Producer price index for September

IPOs Planned

Initial public offerings as provided by Renaissance Capital, Greenwich, Conn., (ipohome.com) and SEC filings:

Ambarella Inc. • Santa Clara, Calif., 6 million shares, priced $9 to $11, managed by Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank. Proposed Nasdaq symbol AMBA. Business: Fabless designer of chips for high-definition video capture in cameras.

Amira Nature Foods Ltd. • Dubai, UAE, 9 million shares, priced $13 to $15 managed by UBS and Deutsche Bank. Proposed NYSE symbol ANFI. Business: Processor, distributor and marketer of packaged Indian Basmati rice and snacks.

Diamondback Energy Inc. • Midland, Texas, 12.5 million shares, priced $17 to $19, managed by Credit Suisse. Proposed Nasdaq symbol FANG. Business: Oil and natural gas operator in west Texas.

Intercept Pharmaceuticals Inc. • New York, 4.3 million shares, priced $13 to $15, managed by BofA Merrill Lynch. Propose Nasdaq symbol ICPT. Business: Developing therapeutics for chronic liver diseases.

Kythera Biopharmaceuticals Inc. • Calabasas, Calif., 4 million shares, priced $14 to $16, managed by J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs. Proposed Nasdaq symbol KYTH. Business: Commercializing an injectable treatment for double chins with Bayer.

Realogy Holdings Corp. • Parsippany, N.J., 40 million shares, priced $23 to $27, managed by Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, and Barclays. Proposed NYSE symbol RLGY. Business: Leading franchisor of residential real estate brokerages.

Shutterstock Inc. • New York, 4.5 million shares, priced $13 to $15, managed by Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, and Jefferies. Proposed NYSE symbol SSTK. Business: Online marketplace for royalty-free images and videos.

Workday Inc. • Pleasanton, Calif., 22.8 million class A shares, priced $21 to $24, managed by Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, and Allen & Co. Proposed NYSE symbol WDAY. Business: Provides on-demand software for human capital management to large enterprises.

Utah Events


Conference • Utah Nonprofits Association's annual conference, "Mapping for Change," brings together nonprofit leaders and stakeholders to increase capacity of nonprofit organizations and develop deeper collaboration within the sector and broader community, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center, 1355 W. 3100 South , West Valley City. Tickets are $30. To register go to bit.ly/UpskYQ.

Submit information about upcoming events to bizdesk@sltrib.com. Put biz calendar in the subject line




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