Monday: Netcom Shakes Up Internet Pricing - TheStreet

Before you go off to sleep the untroubled sleep of one who expects and humbly accepts a

Fed

rate hike, take a look at these post-close items:

In a move likely to resonate across the online landscape, Internet access provider

Netcom

(NETC)

moved away from $19.95-a-month flat-fee pricing with a new multi-tiered pricing policy. The tiers will start at $24.95 a month and will range up to thousands of dollars a month.

Lam Research

(LRCX) - Get Report

said it agreed to buy

OnTrak Systems

(ONTK)

for $225 million in stock. Lam also said it expects to report a loss of $1.40 per share for the third quarter ending March 31, citing a $10 million to $15 million shortfall and a writedown of old inventory.

First Call

was looking for 6 cents in earnings, compared with $1.28 a year earlier.

After a day of earnings warnings, some more followed the closing bell.

International Imaging Materials

(IMAK)

said its fourth-quarter earnings will be 28 cents to 30 cents per share, down from 34 cents last year and below the First Call expectation of 37 cents.

Integrated Systems

(INTS)

said its fourth-quarter earnings will be 10 cents or 11 cents per share, compared with 17 cents last year and a First Call view of 19 cents.

Networker

ADC Telecommunications

(ADCT) - Get Report

said it signed a definitive agreement to acquire privately held

Apex Group

in a $26 million stock-for-stock deal.

Cortech

(CRTQ)

said its Bradycor drug for traumatic brain injuries showed no significant effect in a Phase II clinical test and will not be developed.

Home Depot

(HD) - Get Report

said it will oppose the intervention of the

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

in a sex discrimination case against the company.

By John J. Edwards III

jedwards@thestreet.com