Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
Ebay moved higher after ChannelAdvisor said July sales surged.
Las Vegas Sands fell after Reuters reported Nevada regulators were investigating whether the casino operator broke bribery laws.
Schnitzer Steel lost ground after Bank of America Merrill Lynch downgraded the stock amid scrap metal price concerns.
International Paper, Packaging Corp, and Rock-Tenn all moved higher after Credit Suisse upgraded all three to "outperform" and also raised earnings and stock targets. This as it sees containerboard prices rising soon.
TripAdvisor and Yelp moved lower on reports Google was buying Frommer travel guides.
Sears gained after Barron’s said the stock could double to $100 a share if Edward Lampert succeeds in his restructuring efforts.
Salesforce.com moved higher following a report from Piper Jaffray that the company landed an unexpected $140 transaction, the largest in its history.
Groupon rose on active volume ahead of its earningsafter the bell.
Pandora lost ground after Morgan Stanley cut the rating of the Internet radio service provider to "equalweight" from "overweight."
Ingersoll-Rand moved lower after the company named activist investor Nelson Pelz to its board.
Pervasive Software gained ground after privately held Actian Corp offered to buy the company for $139 million, or $8.50 a share, a 20 percent premium to its Friday close.
FocusMedia jumped after the Chinese display-advertising provider said it from a private equity consortium.
Visteon rose after the company's CEO stepped down, prompting speculation that the auto supplier could be broken up.
Sysco also gained ground after it reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and revenue.
—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.
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