Monday, August 23, 2004

The Week Ahead

The Enquirer


New overtime pay rules go into effect; protest scheduled outside the Labor Department in Washington.


National Association of Realtors reports on existing home sales for July.


Commerce Department reports on durable goods orders for July; Commerce Department reports on new home sales for July.


Freddie Mac, the mortgage company, reports on mortgage rates; Honda president Koki Hirashima speaks to Cincinnati Rotary, part of automaker's marking 25 years of manufacturing in Ohio.


Procter & Gamble mails its annual report and proxy to shareholders; Commerce Department reports on gross domestic product, second quarter, preliminary; Toledo's Dana Corp. celebrates its 100th anniversary.

Ky. tuition plan gets rolling
Made in America, loved everywhere
Mourning has role at work
Simplified budget within everyone's grasp
Workers debate effect of new OT rules
Rash product is good, but name doesn't hurt a bit
Business People
The Week Ahead