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Business briefcase

This week

By Times Staff Writer
Published October 31, 2005


TODAY: Commerce Department reports on personal income and spending for September; Humana Inc. and United Airlines' parent, UAL Corp., release earnings.

TUESDAY: Commerce Department reports on construction spending for September; House Ways and Means subcommittee holds hearing on fraud and abuse involving Social Security numbers; Institute for Supply Management issues its report on activity in the manufacturing economy during October; Automakers release sales figures for July; IAC/InterActiveCorp, Procter & Gamble Co., Viacom Inc. and Kforce Inc. release earnings.

WEDNESDAY: WellCare Health Plans Inc., Prudential Financial Inc., Maritrans Inc. and Time Warner Inc. release earnings.

THURSDAY: Labor Department reports on productivity and costs, third quarter; Commerce Department reports on factory orders for September; nation's largest retailers announce sales figures for October; Comcast Corp., CVS Corp., MCI Inc.. Sara Lee Corp. and Danka Business Systems release earnings.

FRIDAY: Labor Department reports on employment for October; TECO Energy releases earnings.

[Last modified October 29, 2005, 02:18:45]


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