Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday:
Shares of technology giant Alphabet climbed after the bell Monday, ballooning its market capitalization to $570 billion to unofficially surpass Apple as the world's largest company. The technology giant posted quarterly earnings that beat analysts estimates by a wide margin, with earnings per share of $8.67 on revenue of $21.33 billion, versus the expected $8.10 earnings on $20.77 billion.
The Internet company's aggregate paid clicks, a key advertising metric, rose 31 percent from the previous year, beating consensus expectations of about 22 percent, according to StreetAccount. Fellow advertising platform LinkedIn also bounced after hours ahead of its earnings announcement this Thursday.