CHICAGO (MarketWatch) � Micron Technology Inc. and Sysco Corp. are among the stocks that could see active trading on Monday.
Micron Technology MU � on Friday said Steve Appleton, the company�s chief executive and chairman, died Friday morning in a small-plane crash in Boise, Idaho. Appleton was 51. Trading in the chipmaker�s shares was halted Friday afternoon.
Food-services giant Sysco SYY �is expected to post a fiscal second-quarter profit of 44 cents a share on sales of $10.07 billion, according to a consensus poll of analysts by FactSet Research.
Professional services provider Towers Watson & Co. TW �is expected to report second-quarter revenue of $845.3 million. The FactSet poll gave no consensus earnings estimate.
Financial firm Lazard Ltd. LAZ �is seen reporting fourth-quarter earnings of 38 cents a share on revenue of $456.5 million.
Boardwalk Pipeline Partners LP BWP �is s! een post ing fourth-quarter earnings of 40 cents a share on revenue of $314.2 million.