Royal Caribbean — The cruise line operator had to cut a Grandeur of the Seas cruise short because of a fire on board. It also canceled the May 31st sailing to repair the damage.
Trulia — Goldman Sachs has upgraded the real estate web site operator's stock to "buy" from "neutral", with the firm saying Trulia is "closing the valuation gap" with competing firm Zillow.
Chevron — Chevron is lending $2 billion to a joint venture with Venezuela's state-run oil company. Chevron has a 40 percent stake in that venture, with the loan aimed at boosting production.
Omthera Pharmaceuticals — The company is being bought by AstraZeneca in a deal worth up to $443 million. The per-share price of $12.70 is an 88 percent premium to the heart drug specialist's closing price on Friday.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals — Valeant is buying Bausch & Lomb from private equity firm Warburg Pincus for $8.7 billion in cash. Valeant is seeking to strengthen its portfolio of eye care drugs, contact lenses, and ophthalmic surgical devices.
News Corp — The media giant is reviewing whether it has any record of a subpoena from the U.S. Justice Department for a Fox News reporter's phone records. DOJ said it informed the company about the subpoena in August 2010, but the company said it has no record of it.
Apple — Apple is at the center of an informal European Union antitrust investigation, with regulators asking mobile phone operators about Apple's sales tactics. The probe could become a formal one depending on its findings.
W.R. Grace — Goldman Sachs has started coverage of the chemical maker's shares with a "conviction buy" rating, saying Grace will benefit from strong cash flow and a rebounding construction market.
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—By CNBC's Peter Schacknow
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