Stocks to Watch: RIMM, AAPL & More

Track some of the companies making headlines after-the-bell Monday:

Research In Motion - The struggling BlackBerry maker may consider hiring a Canadian bank to help weigh its strategy options, according to a Bloomberg report.

Apple - Raymond James initiated coverage of the tech giant with a "strong buy" and a target price of $800. This comes after the stock plungedmore than 4 percent, giving back gains after surging almost 45 percent this year.

Delta Airlines - The airline company is close to purchasing ConocoPhilips refinery in a deal valued between $100 million and $120 million as early as this week.

Valero Energy - The oil company updated its earnings outlook, saying it now expects first-quarter earnings to fall between $0.25 and $0.35 versus an estimate of $0.20.

United Airlines - The company announced that its CFO Zane Rowe will be departing the firm to take a non-financial position at Apple. John Rainey will take over as the new CFO.

Cerus Corporation - The health care company was initiated with a "buy" rating at Cantor Fitzgerald.

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