Take a look at some of Friday morning's early movers:
Starbucks , Green Mountain - Starbucks is introducing its own single-serving coffee brewing system that will compete with Green Mountain's popular Keurig machine. However, Starbucks will continue to make the K-Cups used in the Keurig coffeemakers.
Kohl's - Jefferies has upgraded the retailer's stock to "buy" from "hold", saying current management is doing a good job addressing the company's current challenges.
Texas Instruments - The chipmaker is cutting its first quarter guidance to $0.15 - $0.19 per share from its prior $0.16 - $0.24 range, citing lower demandfor chips used in smartphones and tablet computers. However, it also says a sales slump has bottomed out, and it does expect revenue growth during the second quarter.
Altera - The maker of programmable computer chips says first quarter revenue could be at the low end of its previous guidance, due to the trimming of inventories by its customers.
AstraZeneca - The FDA has blocked the company's attempt to delay generic versions of its best-selling anti-psychotic drug Seroquel. Generic Seroquel is due to debut in the U.S. market later this month.
American Airlines parent AMR - The carrier is asking for a six-month extension of its exclusivity period for filing a bankruptcy reorganization plan. If not, that period would expire on March 28.Page 1 of 2 | Next Page