Monday
The trading week kicks off with Renren (NYSE: RENN) delivering its first quarterly report as a public company. It's been a rough road for the Chinese social-networking site since going public at $14 last month.

Investors will tune in to hear how the site's traffic and engagement metrics are holding up, but ultimately they'll want get a sense of whether the stock will ever crawl out of its hole to get back to that IPO price.

Tuesday
Jabil Circuit
(NYSE: JBL) and Adobe Systems (Nasdaq: ADBE) report on Tuesday. The two tech bellwethers are targeted to post stronger bottom-line results than they did during the same quarter last year.

Wednesday
Herman Miller
(Nasdaq: MLHR) and Steelcase (NYSE: SCS) furnish their latest quarterly reports on Wednesday. Having a pair of office-furniture specialists check in on the same day will give us a clear picture on the state of Corporate America. Are companies buying new desks and work chairs because they're hiring again? Spoiler alert: Analysts see both companies reporting sharply improved profitability.

Thursday
TIBCO Software
(Nasdaq: TIBX) presents its latest quarterly financials on Thursday. Wall Street sees the enterprise-software company earning $0.18 a share, ahead of the $0.15 it delivered a year earlier.

Friday
Disney
's (NYSE: TWX) Cars 2 hits a multiplex near you on Friday, as the family-entertainment giant hopes to get back on the good side of box-office receipts for animated fare, following the disappointing Mars Needs Moms.

This shouldn't be a problem. Cars 2 is Pixar's handiwork, and even Pixar's least successful theatrical release took in several times what Mars Needs Moms collected.

Until next week, I remain,

Rick Munarriz

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