Apple, VistaPrint: Winners & Losers

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Apple ( AAPL) shares edged up to $383.09 on Monday following fresh reports the company is working on a television set product.

The Wall Street Journal said Apple executives have spoken to several media companies about providing content for a television set that Apple reportedly has in the works.

Synchronoss Technologies ( SNCR) shares were up 1.8% to $31.91 on Monday, continuing a run higher after the stock was put on Goldman Sachs top tech stocks for 2012.

VistaPrint ( VPRT) shares are down sharply, off 7.6% to $30.28, after the company agreed to acquire Webs Inc. for $117.5 million. The company said it expects the deal will be dilutive to non-GAAP earnings in 2012 and 2013, before starting to add to non-GAAP earnings in 2014.

AT&T ( T) shares were lower by 0.2% to $28.79 after a report in The Wall Street Journal suggested the company might have problems selling off assets in order to make its proposed merger with T-Mobile USA palatable to U.S. regulators.

The Dow component has been trying to come up with several strategies to keep the $39 billion deal, which has been flagged for anti-trust concerns, alive.

-- Written by Chris Ciaccia in New York

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