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Apple — The European Commission has ordered the Irish government to recover up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) and interest in back taxes from the iPhone maker. Shares were 1 percent lower in premarket trade.
Mondelez, Hershey — Merger talks between the two food manufacturers fell apart after the Oreo cookie maker said late Monday it ended discussions of a potential combination with the chocolate company. Mondelez shares were more than 3.5 percent higher in premarket trade, while Hershey shares were nearly 11 percent lower.
American Airlines, United Continental — American Airlines President J. Scott Kirby left the firm for the same role at United, the companies said late Monday. American shares were off more than 2 percent in premarket trade, while United shares were up more than 4 percent.