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Early Movers: Janus Capital, Apple, BlackBerry, Nike & more

Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell Friday:

Apple - The technology titan advanced in premarket trading after releasing an update to software that had glitches for its latest iPhones.

BlackBerry posted a smaller quarterly loss and its CEO projected the tech company would double its software revenue next year. Its shares edged higher in pre-market trading.

Finish Line - The seller of athletic wear dropped after reporting disappointing quarterly results.

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Janus Capital Group - Shares surged on news that Bill Gross is leaving Pacific Investment Management Co., the investment firm he co-founded, and would be joining Janus Capital.

Nike - The athletic-apparel company gained after reporting first-quarter profit that beat expectations. Foot Locker, a retailer that offers Nike products, also advanced.

Micron Technology - The manufacturer of computer-memory chips climbed after posting fourth-quarter revenue that topped expectations.

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