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Published April 7, 2013 12:37 am
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Convention Calendar


Keystone Symposia,

2013 Metabolism and

Angiogenesis Symposium


Runs through •Monday

Attendance • 150

Keystone Symposia,

2013 Cardiac Remodeling,

Signaling & Heart Function


Runs through •Friday

Attendance • 200

Systems & Software

Technology Conference

2013 IEEE

Salt Lake Marriott at City Creek

Runs through •Friday

Attendance • 400


Association for Career

and Technical Education,

Region V Conference

Marriott Salt Lake City Center

Runs through •Saturday

Attendance • 200


LifeVantage 2013

Annual Conference

Salt Palace

Runs through •Saturday

Attendance • 3,000


Onstage New York

2013 - April NYCDA

Dance Competition

Salt Palace

Runs through •Saturday

Attendance • 200

Economic Calendar

New economic numbers to be released this week:


Commerce Department • Wholesale trade inventories for February

Labor Department • Job openings, labor turnover survey for February


Treasury Department • Federal budget for March

Federal Reserve • Minutes from March interest-rate meeting


Labor Department • Weekly jobless claims

Freddie Mac • Weekly mortgage rates


Commerce Department • Retail sales data for March

Labor Department • Producer price index for March

Commerce Department • Business inventories for February

IPOs Planned

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

Chimerix • Durham, N.C., 6.1 million shares, priced $13 to $15, managed by Morgan Stanley and Cowen & Co. Proposed Nasdaq symbol CMRX. Business: Developing an antiviral drug for use in stem cell transplants.

EVERTEC • San Juan, Puerto Rico, 21 million shares, priced $18 to $20, managed by Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan. Proposed NYSE symbol EVTC. Business: Full service transaction processing service in Puerto Rico, Latin America.

Harvard Apparatus Regenerative • Holliston, Mass., 1.7 million shares, priced $19, managed by Summer Street Research Partners and Maxim Group. Proposed Nasdaq symbol HART. Business: Harvard Bioscience carve-out focusing on regenerative medicine.

KNOT Offshore Partners • Aberdeen United Kingdom 7.5 million shares, priced $19 to $21, managed by BofA Merrill Lynch, Citi and Barclays. Proposed NYSE symbol KNOP. Business: Limited partnership that owns shuttle tankers under long-term charters.

Omthera Pharmaceuticals • Princeton, 5.8 million shares, priced $12 to $14, managed by BofA Merrill Lynch, Barclays and Leerink Swann. Proposed Nasdaq symbol OMTH. Business: Developer of a prescription fish oil capsule that reduces triglyceride levels.

Rally Software • Boulder, Colo., 5.8 million shares, priced $11 to $13, managed by Deutsche Bank and Piper Jaffray. Proposed Nasdaq symbol RALY. Business: Provides cloud software to manage Agile-based software development.

Taylor Morrison Home Corp. • Scottsdale, Arizona, 23.8 million shares, priced $20 to $22, managed by Credit Suisse and Citi. Proposed NYSE symbol TMHC. Business: Homebuilder in the U.S. and Canada.

Utah Events


Annual gathering • The Utah Technology Council's annual members' meeting will be presented, noon to 1:30 p.m., in the Imperial Room of The Grand America Hotel, 555 S. Main Street, Salt Lake City. The keynote speaker will be Tom Post, managing editor for Forbes magazine, who will discuss the disruption in journalism and media — what it means to consumers, to the journalism industry and to businesses communicating with and through the media. Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m. Cost is $55 for UTC members and $90 for nonmembers. Contact Devin Spann at dspann@utahtech.org, or call 801-568-3500 for further information.

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




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