11:45 AM New York – ADT Corp offered senior unsecured notes of $1 billion. Expedia dropped after a downgrade. Fair Isaac lowered revenue and earnings outlook. Netflix jumped on talks to distribute content through cable operators. St. Jude acquired Nanostim for $123.5 million.
The ADT Corporation
) gained 1.8% or 71 cents to $40.05 after the electronic security provider offered senior unsecured notes of $1 billion to repay $150 million debt and to buy back shares.
Eaton Vance Corporation
fell 1% or 39 cents to $38.09 after the investment manager said as assets under management at the end of September quarter jumped $273.1 billion compared to $268.8 billion a year ago.
Fixed income segment assets at the end of the quarter were $45 billion, compared to $46 billion on July 31.
declined 7.7% or $3.99 to $47.74 after Deutsche Bank lowered its view to ""Hold"" from ""Buy.""
Fair Isaac Corporation
) dropped 3.7% or $2.12 to $55.21 after the analytical software provider lowered revenue for its fiscal fourth quarter in the range of $188 million to $190 million and earnings per share are expected in the range 77 cents to 81 cents per share.
Total revenue for the fiscal 2013, forecasted between $741 million and $743 million compared to prior guidance of $755 million to $765 million and expects full-year earnings in the range $2.47 to $2.51 per share compared to prior guidance of $2.61 to $2.70 per share.
jumped 3.6% or $10.80 to $311.65 after the report Internet based video content aggregator is said to be in talks with cable operator including Comcast Corp and Time Warner Cable Inc.
St. Jude Medical, Inc.
) increased 1.1% or 60 cents to $55.76 after the medical-devices maker completed its acquisition of leadless pacemakers maker Nanostim Inc. for $123.5 million.
) plunged 5.7% or $8.16 to $132.26 after the home appliances maker declared a quarterly dividend of 62.5 cents unchanged from the previous quarter will be paid on Dec. 15.