NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Fire safety products company China Fire & Security Group (CFSG) was surging 17.3% to $8.60 in premarket trading Monday on news that it has agreed to be bought private-equity firm Bain Capital for a potential $265.5 million.
, which recently made its public debut, was falling 3.3% to $90.06 as
reported that the social networking site has security flaws that could make user accounts vulnerable to hackers.
were falling 2.8% to $26.30 in premarket trading Monday after the electronics company said Monday it would post
($3.19 billion) for its just-ended fiscal year because of the impact of the March 11 Japanese earthquake and tsunami.
Hotel and casino operator
Las Vegas Sands
was falling 1.2% to $41.23 amid reports that it is seeking a $3.525 billion loan for its Macau assets,
The founder of
computer company, Michael Dell, on Tuesday will make another attempt to execute the company's consumer electronics goals with a $999 laptop that is expected to compete better against
The Wall Street Journal
reported. Shares of Dell were down 1% to $15.85.
was falling 0.8% to $79.36 after saying Monday it was
with cloud computing services firm
for Toyota's customers and their cars. Salesforce.com shares were down 1.5% to $144.50.
was rising 0.4% to $24.55 after the chipmaker and its peer
said that the U.S. antitrust review for TI's proposed acquisition of National Semi has ended without a request for additional information. Texas Instruments shares were falling 0.7% to $34.75.
posted third-quarter earnings of 57 cents a share vs. the average analyst expectation of 52 cents a share. Shares were down 0.3% to $35.15.
-- Written by Andrea Tse in New York.
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