Traders had plenty of news to digest after the close Thursday, and several widely held tech shares were making sharp moves in the extra session.
was among the most active stocks, falling 2.8% to $55.99 after the company disclosed plans to raise $2.5 billion through the sale of convertible debt.
was dropping 4.2% to $15.15 after the company posted earnings before items that met analysts' expectations. Revenue and earnings for the latest fourth quarter fell from the same period a year earlier.
was climbing 1.2% to $15.29.
In regular trading, the stock lost 9.3% after the company's CEO, John Chambers, told Lehman Brothers analysts that visibility was tough and that the strength seen in the past few months has now softened.
was one of the late session's biggest winners, advancing 5% to $35.71 after the company raised its revenue guidance for the fourth quarter. The outlook was good enough to lift
4.7% to $20.75. The stocks of both companies, which make programmable logic devices, were lower in regular action.
was dropping another 0.7%,
was up 0.6%, and
was inching up 0.2%.
was off 0.1%.
was tacking on 0.2%.
Nasdaq 100 Unit Trust
was up 0.4% to $33.63, and the
S&P 500 Depositary Receipts
were ahead by 0.2% to $108.50.