was the volume leader and
was among the biggest percentage gainers in a fairly tame extended session Monday.
On a day in which the major averages ended mixed after being rattled early by a plane crash near New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, after-hours traders seemed to be taking a bit of a breather. About 1.4 million shares changed hands on Instinet in the first half-hour of the extra session.
Kmart was inching up 0.2% to $6.17.
was the second-most-active stock but was unchanged from the 4 p.m. EST close at $19.26.
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was also active but remained flat at $38.
was adding 0.2% to $12.76,
was unchanged at $65.80, and
was slipping 0.1% to $28.35.
was off 0.3% to $9.60. Several networkers enjoyed strong sessions after
said its results would be in line or slightly better than what analysts' are expecting for the fourth quarter.
lost 0.1% to $15.38.
Healtheon/WebMD was one of the biggest winners after hours, gaining 4.1% to $5.10. After the close, the company posted a third-quarter loss, excluding items, of 5 cents a share, matching Wall Street's estimates.
was among the top losers, giving back 3.1% to $38.75, after gaining 5.5% in regular action. Before the market opened, Intersil said Intel would use the company's Prism chipset in an upcoming product.