Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell:
Alphabet — Google's parent company is turning its focus to India, where it will help small businesses create an online presence for free in an effort to tap into a new user population.
Amazon.com — The online retail giant will sell TVs from Chinese electronics maker Tongfang equipped with Amazon's Fire TV software, giving users a range of streaming services and the ability to talk to artificial intelligence voice-activated assistant Alexa.
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals — A federal court said it would not throw out a verdict upholding two patents Amgen has on its cholesterol drug, dealing a blow to rivals Sanofi and Regeneron, who produce a similar medication.
Johnson & Johnson — A U.S. judge nearly halved an award in a December verdict that ordered the health care manufacturer to pay over $1 billion in damages to plaintiffs hurt by the company's DePuy Orthopaedics Pinnacle hip implants.
Hershey — The candy maker revealed plans to seek dismissal of a class action lawsuit filed by a customer claiming Hershey's deliberately misrepresented the number of flavors of Hersey Kisses in its 12-ounce bags.
Tesla, Apple — Guggenheim initiated a "buy" on Tesla and Apple. The company said that next-generation automotive is a sector to watch as electrification and autonomous driving come into view and hailed the smartphone as "tech's most valuable piece of real estate."
Carnival Corp. — The world's largest travel company unveiled an interactive guest experience platform, the Ocean Medallion, a wearable device the company said will enhance and personalize vacations by simulating a personal concierge.
Facebook — Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg made a New Year's resolution to visit and meet people in every U.S. state by the end of 2017.
Mastercard — U.K. regulators said Mastercard's acquisition of payment systems company VocaLink raises competition concerns and asked the firms to either offer a solution or subject the $920 million deal to investigations.