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Published July 13, 2013 1:01 am
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Convention calendar


Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences

2013 Annual Meeting

Radisson Hotel, Salt Lake City

Attendance • 130

Runs through • Monday

College & University Professional Association for Human Resources

Association Leaders Program

Salt Lake Marriott downtown, City Creek

Attendance • 120

Runs through • Final day


Stampin' Up!

2013 Annual Convention

Salt Palace

Attendance • 3,140

Runs through • Saturday

Economic Calendar

New economic numbers to be released this week include:


Commerce Department • Retail sales data for June

Commerce Department • Business inventories for May


Labor Department • Consumer Price Index for June

Federal Reserve • Industrial production for June

National Association of Home Builders • Housing market index for July


Commerce Department • Housing starts for June

Federal Reserve • Beige Book economic report


Labor Department • Weekly jobless claims

Freddie Mac • Weekly mortgage rates

Conference Board • Leading indicators for June

IPOs Planned

Initial public offerings scheduled to debut next week as provided by Renaissance Capital, Greenwich, Conn., and SEC filings.

China Commercial Credit Inc. • Wujiang, China, 2.7 million shares, priced, $6 to $7, managed by Burnham Securities, and Axiom Capital Management. Proposed Nasdaq symbol CCCR. Business: Microcredit lender to small businesses in the Jiangsu Province of China.

Diamond Resorts International Inc. • Las Vegas, Nev. 15.5 million shares, priced $16 to $18, managed by Credit Suisse, BofA Merrill Lynch, and J.P. Morgan. Proposed NYSE Symbol DRII. Business: Vacation club with more than 490,000 members and 295 destinations.

NRG Yield Inc. • Princeton, N.J., 19.6 million shares, priced $19 to $21, managed by BofA Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, and Citigroup. Proposed NYSE symbol NYLD. Business: Formed by NRG Energy to own, operate and acquire renewable and conventional generation and thermal infrastructure assets.

OncoMed Pharmaceuticals Inc. • Redwood City, Calif., 4 million shares, priced $14 to $16, managed by Jefferies and Leerink Swann. Proposed Nasdaq symbol OMED. Business: Biotech developing new antibody therapeutics to be used in cancer treatments.

Physicians Realty Trust • Milwaukee, 8 million shares, priced $12 to $14, managed by Wunderlich Securities, Oppenheimer, and Janney Montgomery Scott. Proposed NYSE symbol DOC. Business: REIT focused on acquiring, developing and managing healthcare properties.

RetailMeNot • Austin, Tex., 9.1 million shares, priced $20 to $22, managed by Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, and Credit Suisse. Proposed Nasdaq symbol SALE. Business: Operates the world's largest digital coupon marketplace.

Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. • Los Angeles, 16 million shares, priced $13 to $15, managed by BofA Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo, and FRB Capital Markets. Proposed NYSE symbol REXR. Business: REIT focused on owning and operating industrial properties in Southern California.

UCP Inc. • San Jose, Calif., 17.8 million shares, priced $15 to $17, managed by Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, and Zelman Partners. Proposed NYSE symbol UCP. Business: Homebuilder and land developer in Northern Calif. and Puget Sound, Wash.

Utah Events


Summit • Applicantpro, a Utah-based company that produces hiring and job applicant tracking software, will present a free "Utah Hiring Summit" for human resource professionals from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Noah's, 332 W. 11000 South in South Jordan. Keynote speaker is former Jazz player Mark Eaton. Those in attendance will learn how to improve their hiring practices and take advantage of the latest technology. A free lunch from Kneaders will be served. For additional details and to register for the event go to www.utahhiringsummit.com




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