Nordstrom—The retail chain reported fourth quarter profit of $1.37 per share, four cents above estimates. However, the retailer's full year guidance for 2014 falls below analyst forecasts, as its gross margins slip.
Whole Foods–Oppenheimer began coverage of the grocery chain with an "outperform" rating, saying Whole Foods is best positioned to gain market share in a rapidly growing category.
Groupon—Groupon beat estimates by two cents with fourth quarter earnings of four cents per share, excluding certain items, with revenue registering a solid beat as well. However, it forecast a surprise loss for the current quarter, as the daily deals site invests $25 million in marketing to grow its customer base.
Comcast–The NBCUniversal parent plans to submit documents on its $45 billion deal to buy Time Warner Cable to government regulators by the end of March.
Amazon.com–Amazon is talking to major brand-name retailers about offering direct links to their own websites, according to the Wall Street Journal.
JPMorgan Chase–JPM has reached a deal with activist shareholders that will prevent another fight at the bank's annual meeting over whether the roles of chairman and chief executive officer should be split.
Juniper Networks—Juniper initiated a ten cent per share quarterly dividend, and announced plans to buy back $2 billion in stock through the first quarter of 2015. It also announced plans to name to independent directors to its board.
Marvell Technology—Marvell reported fourth quarter profit of 29 cents per share, beating estimates by four cents. The chipmaker's revenue was also above consensus, as is its current quarter revenue projection. Marvell also said it expects its mobile business to pick up during this quarter.
Aruba Networks—The company earned 18 cents per share, excluding certain items, for its fiscal second quarter beating estimates by a penny. Revenue was also above forecasts, and the maker of wireless networking equipment also announced a $200 million stock buyback program.
Express Scripts— he pharmacy benefits manager matched estimates with fourth quarter profit of $1.12 per share, excluding certain items. The company added it is well positioned to benefit from the increasing emphasis on lowering costs under health care reform.
Seagate Technology–RBC upgraded the hard disk drive maker's shares to "outperform" from "sector perform".
—By CNBC's Peter Schacknow
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