Take a look at some of Tuesday morning’s early movers:
Urban Outfitters - The retailer’s fourth-quarter results fell short of analyst estimates — it earned 27 cents a share for the quarter, two cents below consensus, with revenues also missing the mark.
GNC - The nutrition products retailer raised its current quarter guidance, saying sales are growing at a faster pace than it had previously expected.
Apple - Jefferies & Co. is raising earnings estimates and price target for Apple, after boosting 2012 sales projections for the iPhone and continuing to anticipate the launch of the iPhone 5 in the third quarter. It also says concerns being raised about the new iPad are overdone.
Midas - The automotive-services provider is being acquired by private equity firm TBC for $11.50 per share in cash, compared to the Monday closing price of $8.99.
Great Wolf - The indoor waterpark operator is being acquired by an affiliate of private equity firm Apollo Global $5.00 per share in cash, compared to Monday’s close of $4.19.
Yahoo! - Yahoo is suing Facebook in a legal dispute over 10 patents related to advertising, technology, and privacy.Page 1 of 3 | Next Page