L Brands–The retailer reported a same-store sales increase of 3 percent for May, above estimates of a 2.3 percent increase.
Microsoft– The stock was upgraded to "outperform" from "market perform" at FBR Capital, which expressed confidence in new CEO Satya Nadella's plans for the company.
Smith & Nephew–The medical devices maker would be worth at least 14 percent more in a takeover by either Medtronic or Stryker, according to a Bank of America/Merrill Lynch report.
Bankrate–The financial information service was upgraded to "outperform" from "sector perform" at RBC Capital, after the stock retreated sharply from recent highs in the wake of a secondary offering and general bearishness about internet-related stocks. RBC said Bankrate's fundamentals have not changed.
General Motors–GM will release the results of its internal probe into its controversial ignition switch recall today. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports GM CEO Mary Barra will take "significant actions" including holding specific employees accountable.
T-Mobile U.S.–T-Mobile and Sprint are close to an agreement on a merger deal that would value T-Mobile at about $40 per share, according to CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin.
Ford–The automaker expects a "significant" loss in South America this quarter because of low sales and foreign currency issues in Venezuela.
PVH–The company behind the Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands earned $1.47 per share for the first quarter, excluding certain items, two cents below estimates, and also cut its full-year guidance because of margin pressures in North America.
Five Below–The retailer beat estimates by a penny with first quarter profit of seven cents per share, excluding certain items. It also raised its full-year sales forecast and noted an improvement in gross margins.
Verint Systems–Verint earned 72 cents per share for the first quarter, excluding certain items, 17 cents above estimates, with revenue also well above forecasts. The maker of data analysis software also raised its full year revenue outlook.
Rockwell Automation–Rockwell has announced an addition of $1 billion to its stock buyback program. The maker of factory automation equipment had about $223 million remaining in authorizations from an earlier $1 billion buyback.
Twitter–The microblogging site is said to be in talks to buy music platform SoundCloud, according to the Financial Times.
—By CNBC's Peter Schacknow
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