Business events in Utah this week
Land Trust Alliance
Runs through • Tuesday
Attendance • 2,100
American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers
2012 Q&A and Technology Forum
The Grand America Hotel
Runs through • Wednesday
Attendance • 625
American Association for State and Local History
Runs through • Saturday
Attendance • 500
American Hospital Association
ASHE Region 9 Conference
Sheraton, Salt Lake City
Runs through • Friday
Attendance • 250
Academy of Medical Surgical Nurses
2012 Annual Meeting
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
Electric, Gas User Conference
Runs through • Oct. 10
Attendance • 400
New economic numbers to be released this week:
Institute of Supply Management • Manufacturing index for September
Commerce Department • Construction spending for August
Institute for Supply Management • Service sector index for September
Federal Reserve • September interest-rate meeting minutes
Labor Department • Weekly jobless claims
Freddie Mac • Weekly mortgage rates
Commerce Department • Factory orders for August
Labor Department • Unemployment data for September
Federal Reserve • Consumer credit data for August
Initial public offerings as provided by Renaissance Capital, Greenwich, Conn., (ipohome.com) and SEC filings:
Berry Plastics Group • Evansville, In., 29.4 million shares, priced $16 to $18, managed by BofA Merrill Lynch, Citi and Barclays. Proposed NYSE symbol BERY. Business: Manufacturers plastic goods and containers for consumer applications.
Dave & Buster's Entertainment • Dallas, Tx., 7.7 million shares, priced $12 to $14, managed by Goldman Sachs, Jefferies & Co. and Piper Jaffray. Proposed Nasdaq symbol PLAY. Business: Operates 60 casual dining restaurants and large arcade areas.
Fleetmatics Group • Dublin, Ireland, 7.8 million shares, priced $15 to $17, managed by Barclays and BofA Merrill Lynch. Proposed NYSE symbol FLTX. Business: SaaS provider of fleet management solutions.
Globelmmune • Louisville, Co., 5 million shares, priced $11 to $13, managed by Wells Fargo Securities and Piper Jaffray. Proposed Nasdaq symbol GBIM. Business: Developing therapeutic drugs for pancreatic cancer and hepatitis B and C.
Javelin Mortgage Investment • Vero Beach, Fl., 6.2 million shares, priced $20, managed by Deutsche Bank, Citi and Barclays. Proposed NYSE symbol JMI. Business: ARMOUR-managed REIT newly formed to acquire mortgage-related assets.
LifeLock • Tempe, Az., 15.7 million shares, priced $9.50 to $11.50, managed by Goldman Sachs, BofA Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank. Proposed NYSE symbol LOCK. Business: Online provider of identity theft protection services.
Luxfer Holdings • Salford, United Kingdom, 8 million shares, priced $12 to $14, managed by Credit Suisse and Jefferies & Co. Proposed NYSE symbol LXFR. Business: Global materials firm specializing in aluminum, magnesium and zirconium.
Regulus Therapeutics • San Diego, Ca., 4.5 million shares, priced $10 to $12, managed by Lazard Capital Markets, Cowen & Co. and BMO Capital Markets. Proposed Nasdaq symbol RGLS. Business: Early stage biotech developing microRNA treatments for multiple serious diseases.
Lecture • Utah Valley University's International & Multicultural Studies presents its third Global Spotlight Eurasia lecture of the fall semester. Beginning at noon, room 120 of the UVU Library, Frederick White, associate dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, will speak on the "Silver Age Culture in Russia." The lecture is free and open to the public.
Lecture • Robert Simmons, a partner with Bendigo Partners, an international financial investment and operational firm, will speak at Utah Valley University at the Reed & Christine Halladay Lecture Series, a weekly dialogue between academia and industry. The lecture is free and open to the public and begins at noon in the UVU Sorensen Student Center's Ragan Theater.
Gathering • Utah Valley University's International & Multicultural Studies will host its weekly New York Times Global Review, a gathering where UVU faculty, staff, the public and students engage in critical discussion about events covered in the newspaper. The discussions are part of UVU's Times Campus Readership Program. Leading this week's discussion will be John MacFarlane, academic adviser for history and political science. Those who attend are asked to bring a copy of the daily edition of The New York Times. The free event will begin at noon in Room 147 of the Woodbury Business Building.
Job Fair • Job seekers can bring their rÃ©sumÃ©s and meet potential employers from 4 p.m to 7 p.m. at the Utah Valley University Wasatch Campus. Dozens of companies, including Maurices, Del Taco, Primerica, The Home Depot, Heber Valley Railroad, Zermatt and Homestead Resorts, Canyons Resort, Anderson Insurance Consulting, Smith's Food & Drug, Stein Ericksen and many others will be in attendance. The UVU Wasatch Campus is on U.S. Highway 40 in Heber City at 3111 N. College Way.
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