Forest Labs–The drug maker beat estimates by a wide margin in its first full quarter under new CEO Brent Saunders, reporting third quarter profit of 27 cents per share. Analysts had predicted profit of four cents per share, but Forest Labs was helped by higher sales of drugs for hypertension and Alzheimer's disease. It also raised its full year forecast.
Baker Hughes–The oilfield services company earned 62 cents per share for the fourth quarter, beating estimates by a penny, with revenue also beating consensus. Profits were helped by a strong performance in the Middle East and Africa.
Halliburton–Halliburton joined competitor Baker Hughes in beating estimates, reporting fourth quarter profit of 93 cents per share compared to estimates of 89 cents. It also benefited from strong performances for business outside of North America.
Mondelez International–Investor Nelson Peltz has been added to the food company's board of directors, which expands the board to 12 members from 11.
Delta Air Lines–The airline posted fourth quarter profit of 65 cents per share, two cents above estimates.
Jos. A. Bank–The company rejected a $57.50 per share takeover bid from Men's Wearhouse. The two clothing retailers have each rejected takeover bids by the other over the past few months.
Anheuser-Busch InBev–The beer brewer will buy South Korea-based Oriental Brewery from private equity firms KKR and Affinity Equity Partners for $5.8 billion, including assumed debt. Anheuser-Busch had sold Oriental Brewery to KKR in 2009 for $1.8 billion.
IBM-The computer giant is in advanced talks to sell its server business to Lenovo, according to a Reuters report. Lenovo has acknowledged that it is preliminary talks about an acquisition, although it declined to name the other party.
JPMorgan Chase–JPM has dropped work on a China-based initial public offering, according to Reuters, amid the ongoing investigation by the U.S. into its hiring practices in China.
Unilever–The consumer products giant reported better-than-expected 2013 earnings, helped by improvement in emerging markets.
SAP–SAP has pushed back its profit growth targets, so that the business software producer can invest more in its cloud-based business.
DirecTV–The satellite TV provider is entering the second week of its dispute with the Weather Channel, with no end in sight. According to reports, the two sides are not currently talking as the disagreement over carriage fees continues.
Cameron International–Cameron sold its reciprocating compression division to General Electric for $550 million. GE's oil and gas division is one of the company's fastest growing units.
Amazon.com–The online retailer is said to be exploring "anticipatory shipping", which ships items to a warehouse in a specific region based on prior customer orders.
—By CNBC's Peter Schacknow
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