Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell:
Nike — The athletic apparel and footwear maker reported quarterly profit of 49 cents per share, one cent a share above estimates. Revenue was essentially in line, but shares came under pressure after Nike warned that future orders would come in at a slower pace.
Honeywell — Honeywell named President and Chief Operating Officer Darius Adamczyk as its next CEO, effective on March 31, 2017. He will succeed David Cote, who has served in the role since 2002. Cote will continue as Executive Chairman until April 2018.
Energy Transfer Equity — The company ended its $33 billion merger agreement with Williams Cos. Last week, a judge had ruled that ending the deal was legal because of the lack of a necessary tax opinion. Williams believes ETE has breached the merger agreement and has filed an appeal.
McCormick & Co. — The spice maker named senior vice president Michael Smith as chief financial officer, effective September 1. Current CFO Gordon Stetz will continue as executive vice president after that date until his retirement on December 31.
Symantec — Evercore upgraded the security software maker's stock to "hold" from "sell," based on benefits from its $4.65 billion acquisition of Blue Coat that was announced on June 12.
Noodles & Co. — Noodles said some customer debit and credit card information may have been compromised by malicious software at its payment terminals over a four month period. The restaurant chain said malware was found at locations in 27 states and Washington, D.C., although it did not say how many accounts may have been exposed.
Toyota Motor — The automaker recalled nearly 3.4 million vehicles worldwide for possible defects involving airbag inflator cracks and emission control units. A number of Toyota's Prius hybrid models may contain both defects.
Sony — Sony boosted sales projections for its games division for its next fiscal year, helped by hopes for its virtual reality headset. However, it cut its outlook for sales of image sensors due to slowing demand for smartphones.
Blue Buffalo Pet Products — The pet products maker priced a secondary offering at 15 million shares at $22 per share, compared to a Tuesday close of $23.20.
PrivateBancorp — The Chicago-based commercial bank will be bought by Canada's CIBC in a cash-and-stock deal worth about $3.8 billion. That values PrivateBancorp at about $47 per share, compared to Tuesday's close of $35.93.
Monsanto — European Union antitrust officials plan to conduct a strict review of Bayer's planned $62 billion deal to buy Monsanto.