was climbing sharply in after-hours trading following news that a jury awarded the company $505 million in damages in a case against Roche Diagnostics.
The company, a maker of biological detection systems, was trading up 23.3% to $46.97 in extended trading on Instinet.
was another big winner, adding 8.8% to $9.35, after reporting earnings of 6 cents a share for the fiscal first quarter, topping estimates by 2 cents.
was rising after the company posted first-quarter income of 21 cents a share, matching estimates. The video game maker also raised its guidance for 2002, and its shares rose 7.6% to $5.24.
was dropping after the company posted second-quarter income of 8 cents a share, excluding items, on revenue of $41.1 million. The company's income came in a penny shy of analysts' expectations, and Cree was losing 3.8% to $29.50.
In the first half-hour of Instinet trading, around 2 million shares changed hands among the top-20 volume movers.
Elsewhere, widely held tech shares were active.
was off 0.2% at $34.59, and
was up 0.1% to $13.55.
was gaining 0.4% to $21.08.
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was flat at $41.36.
was up 0.2% to $16.73, and
was inching up 0.1% to $69.38.