Take a look at some of Monday morning’s early movers:
Zoll Medical - The medical equipment maker is being bought by Japan’s Asahi Kasei in a deal worth $2.2 billion or $93 per share, a 24 percent premium over Zoll's Friday closing price.
Sealy - The mattress maker’s second largest shareholder, H Partners Management, has sent a letter to the company calling for a board shakeup and blaming Sealy’s poor performance on its largest shareholder, KKR. Sealy shares are down about 90 percent since KKR took the company public in 2006.
JetBlue Airways - The Irish Times says the airline is in talks to possibly buy a stake in Irish airline Aer Lingus. The Irish government is considering selling its 25 percent stake as part of a privatization drive.
Tiffany - The company is suing rival luxury goods maker Swatch, accusing it of obstructing a joint venture created by the two in 2007. Swatch says it will vigorously contest the $589 million dollar claim.
Apple - Apple says its new iPad will be in stores on Friday, as planned, but those who order it online may have to wait two to three weeks for it to arrive.
General Mills - Goldman Sachs Group has downgraded the food maker to “neutral” from “conviction buy,” citing disappointing packaged food volumes.Page 1 of 2 | Next Page