DISH Network's stock popped after the company announced a lawsuit to halt illegal streaming. The lawsuit, joined by Chinese broadcasters, is aimed at the "h.TV" device, used to access a 24-hour-a-day pirate broadcasting network, according to a statement.
Rambus' stock slid after the bell after the company reported lower-than expected projected sales for the second quarter. The chip and semi-conductor company expects revenues of $72 million to $77 million, it said in a Monday earnings report. That's below the $79 million that was expected by Wall Street.
For the first quarter, Rambus earned 13 cents per share, 1 cent above estimates, on $73 million in sales, in line with estimates.
Shares of Spirit Airlines edged higher after a busy day of news in the airline industry. Ted Christie, the company's chief financial officer, surrendered some shares of the company after the bell, according to SEC filings reported by Dow Jones.
During the day, competitor budget lines Alaska Air and Virgin America filed merger paperwork, raising questions on whether the deal would face scrutiny from antitrust regulators, the Wall Street Journal reported. Meanwhile, Southwest Airlines was the subject of headlines after a University of California, Berkeley, student said he was taken off a flight after another passenger heard him speaking Arabic.
— CNBC's Everett Rosenfeld, Alex Crippen, Juan Aruego and Christine Wang contributed to this report.