A look at business events during the week
TODAY: Microsoft kicks off its weeklong series of events for employees, called oneweek. The annual company meeting, closed to the media and public, will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Monday at the Washington State Convention Center. A live hackathon begins Tuesday morning at the soccer field on Microsoft’s campus. The hackathon is not open to the public. ... Local earnings reports: Homestreet, Plum Creek Timber.
TUESDAY: Paccar discusses its second-quarter financial results in a 9 a.m. conference call webcast at www.paccar.com/investors/webcasts/ ... S&P Dow Jones Indices releases May data for its S&P-Case Shiller 20-city home price index, which includes the Seattle area. ... The Conference Board releases the Consumer Confidence Index for July.
WEDNESDAY: Boeing rival Airbus reports it second-quarter financial results. ... Local earnings: RealNetworks ... Federal Reserve policymakers release a monetary policy statement at the conclusion of their two-day meeting. ... The Commerce Department releases second-quarter gross domestic product data.
THURSDAY: Earnings: Expedia, Outerwall, Seattle Genetics, Tableau Software.
FRIDAY: Earnings: Weyerhaeuser. ... The Labor Department releases employment data for July. ... The Commerce Department reports on construction spending and personal income and spending data for June. ... Automakers release vehicle sales for July. ... The Institute for Supply Management issues its manufacturing index for July.