Take a look at some of Monday's morning movers:
Tiffany - The luxury goods retailer is reporting second-quarter profit of $0.72 per share , one cent shy of estimates, with sales also falling short of consensus. Tiffany cites economic weakness in a number of key weakness.
AOL - AOL is declaring a special dividend of $5.15 per share, as part of a move to return $1.1 billion to shareholders. That's the amount AOL received when it sold about 800 patents to Microsoftback in April.
Apple - The company is hitting all-time highs once again, following its legal victory over Samsung Electronics late Friday in the ongoing patent dispute between the two. Apple has been awarded over $1 billion after a jury found that Samsung infringed a number of Apple patents. (Read More: Samsung Shares Slump, but No Need for Panic Yet .)
Nokia - Nokia shares are getting a positive bump following the Apple/Samsung verdict, on hopes that it may benefit from Samsung’s setback. Investors are speculating that Nokia could gain market share if some Samsung smartphones are forced off the market.Page 1 of 3 | Next Page