Nokia - Nokia has settled a patent dispute with RIM that gives it an undisclosed one-time payment during the fourth quarter as well as ongoing fees.
Aviva - The British insurer is selling its U.S. business to a unit of Apollo Global Management for $1.8 billion, less than the $2.9 billion that Aviva paid back in 2006.
General Electric - GE has purchased the aviation business from Italy's Avio for $4.3 billion to increase its participation in the jet propulsion market.
Red Hat - Red Hat reported third-quarter profit of $0.29 per share, in line with estimates, with revenue exceeding estimates. The provider of Linux software saw strong growth in its subscription business.
Nike - Nike earned $1.14 per share for its second quarter, 14 cents above estimates, with revenue in line with estimates. Gross margins fell for the eighth straight quarter, but that streak could end soon based on the athletic footwear and apparel maker's current financial projections.
Micron Technology - Micron lost $0.27 per share in the fiscal first quarter, seven cents wider than analysts had anticipated. Revenue also came in below consensus, as the chipmaker suffered the effects of slowing personal computer sales and overall economic uncertainty.
SanDisk - The company has expanded its stock repurchase program by an additional $750 million, bringing the flash memory chip maker's total current buyback program to $1.25 billion.
AbbVie - The stock will replace Dell in the S&P 100 and Federated Investors in the S&P 500 after the close of trading next Monday. AbbVie is a spinoff from Abbott Laboratories.
Big Lots - Citi has begun coverage of the discount retailer with a "buy" rating