Goodman Global ( GGL) was among the NYSE's winners Monday, with shares surging 12% after the industrial company agreed to a $2.65 billion buyout. Private equity firm Hellman & Friedman agreed to pay $25.60 a share for Goodman, a maker of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning equipment. The price represents a 17% premium over Goodman Global's Friday close of $21.84. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter. Shares of Goodman Global recently were up $2.63 to $24.47. Elsewhere, shares of Chico's FAS ( CHS) jumped 9% after the women's clothing retailer named a new chief financial officer. Chico's hired Kent Kleeberger away from Dollar Tree ( DLTR), where he also served as CFO. Kleeberger replaces Charles Kleman, who has said he will retire. Shares of Chico's were adding $1.06 to $13.14. Dollar Tree shares were slipping $2.20, or 5.9%, to $35.26, hurt in part by a JPMorgan downgrade to underweight from neutral. Among earnings winners, Royal Caribbean ( RCL) climbed 7.5% after the cruise operator topped profit estimates. For the third quarter, Royal Caribbean earned $395 million, or $1.84 a share, on revenue of $1.42 billion. Analysts anticipated earnings of $1.77 a share and revenue of $1.79 billion, according to Thomson Financial. Looking ahead, Royal Caribbean forecast full-year earnings of $2.80 to $2.85 a share, at the high end of its prior guidance of $2.75 to $2.85 a share. The stock was rising $2.95 to $42.20.