AutoNavi–Alibaba has submitted a bid to acquire the provider of digital map information for $21 per share, compared to AutoNavi's Friday closing price of $16.54.
Kite Realty Group Trust–The real estate investment trust will merge with Inland Diversified Real Estate Trust in a stock transaction valued at $2.1 billion.
Bebe Stores–The women's apparel retailer is exploring a potential sale, according to Reuters. The company has reportedly reached out to private equity firms and has hired Guggenheim Securities to assist with the effort.
AOL–The media company has reversed a controversial change to its retirement plan, which would have replaced regular matching contributions with a once-a-year lump sum payment. CEO Tim Armstrong apologized for singling out two unnamed female employees during a worker town hall, as examples of why the current plan was too costly. Those women had recently had babies with health problems.
Barclays–The bank is investigating newspaper reports that personal data from 27,000 customers had been breached.
Yahoo–Yahoo is partnering with Yelp, according to the Wall Street Journal, in an effort to strengthen its local search results.
Toyota–Toyota is reportedly close to a $1 billion settlement that would end a criminal investigation involving unintended acceleration complaints and how they were handled. A Wall Street Journal report said a final deal would come within weeks.
Sprint–The wireless carrier is rethinking its possible bid to buy rival T-Mobile US following strong opposition from antitrust officials, according to Reuters.
JPMorgan Chase–Societe Generale upgraded the bank's shares to "buy" from "hold", based in large part on the bank's faster pace in resolving outstanding mortgage-related litigation.
American Express–Morgan Stanley upgraded American Express to "overweight" from "equal weight", citing stronger spending volumes by card holders.
—By CNBC's Peter Schacknow
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