The stock was last quoted at $6.17, up 6.2%, on volume of around 18,000, according to Nasdaq.com. Based its regular session close at $5.81, the shares had already appreciated more than 48% so far in 2010. Another stock getting a lift in afterhours action was FormFactor ( FORM), which tacked on 5.2% to $9.10 on volume of roughly 17,000. The Livermore, Calif.-based provider of chip testing products said Tuesday in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it cut 60 jobs as part its decision to stop a transition of manufacturing operations to a plant in Singapore. The company also said it expects to record a total of $750,000 in charges related to severance payments and retention bonuses stemming from the restructuring, along with additional charges of roughly $8 million from asset impairment. Getting a haircut in extended trades was Linear Technology ( LLTC), which saw its stock fall almost 4% to $30.35 on volume of around 350,000. The Milpitas, Calif.-based semiconductor maker reported in-line results for its fiscal first quarter ended in September, but gave a disappointing revenue outlook for the current second quarter ending in December. "As we enter the December quarter there is more uncertainty than in recent quarters which makes forecasting difficult," said Lothar Maier, the company's CEO, in a press release. "Although we had another positive book-to-bill ratio, bookings decreased as the quarter progressed. Customers are more confident in their ability to get parts and therefore may continue to adjust inventory levels and safety stock downward."