Jan. 5-10, 2003
North American International Auto Show opens for the media in Detroit.
CBS airs made-for-TV movie about collapse of Enron Corp.
Future of Music opens three-day annual policy summit at Georgetown University. Speakers include Marybeth Peters, copyright registrar, U.S. Copyright Office; Federal Communications Commission members Jonathan S. Adelstein and Michael J. Copps; industry executives; and musicians.
Economic indicators: December ISM non-manufacturing index.
President Bush unveils economic stimulus plan at speech to Economic Club of Chicago.
Internal Revenue Service holds hearings on proposed regulations regarding disclosure of abusive corporate tax shelters.
Economic indicators: November factory orders.
Securities and Exchange Commission meets to consider new rules governing audit committees and proxy voting by mutual funds.
New accounting oversight board meets to adopt budget, bylaws.
Alcoa, SunTrust issue quarterly financial reports.
Conference Board's blue ribbon panel issues its final recommendations on corporate governance reforms.
Major retail chains release December sales figures.
International Consumer Electronics Show opens in Las Vegas.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce and National Federation of Independent Business unveil legislative agendas for 108th Congress.
Economic indicators: December payrolls and unemployment.