Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Tuesday's session are Home Depot Inc., SanDisk Corp. and Xerox. The markets are closed Monday for President's Day.

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Alltel Corp. (AT ) is expected to report earnings per share of 59 cents for the fourth quarter, according to analysts polled by Thomson Financial.

Avis Budget Group Inc. (CAR ) is expected to post fourth-quarter per-share income of 12 cents.

Crocs Inc. (CROX ) is expected to report earnings per share of 43 cents for the fourth quarter.

Fossil Inc. (FOSL ) is expected to report per-share income of 46 cents for the fourth quarter.

Genuine Parts Co. (GPC ) is expected to report per-share income of 70 cents for the fourth quarter.

Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ ) is expected to post earnings of 62 cents per share for the first quarter.

Home Depot (HD ) is expected to post fourth-quarter income of 50 cents per share.

Medtronic Inc. (MDT ) is expected to post third-quarter per-share income of 58 cents.

Scottish Re Group Ltd. (SCT ) is expected to report earnings per share of 28 cents for the fourth quarter.

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT ) is expected to post fourth-quarter earnings per share of 90 cents.

After Friday's closing bell, SanDisk (SNDK ) unveiled a number of cost-cutting measures to cushion itself against an oversupply of flash memory chips used in consumer electronic devices.

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Abercrombie & Fitch Co. (ANF ) said a special litigation committee established by the board found that there is no evidence to support claims asserted in certain derivative lawsuits brought against current and former directors and management, including Chairman and Chief Executive Michael Jeffries.

AMB Property Corp. (AMB ) said its board has raised the quarterly cash dividend 8.7percent to 50 cents per share. The dividend is payable April 16 to shareholders as of April 6.

Bare Escentuals Inc. (BARE ) filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to offer 12 million shares. The beauty products company said it's offering 575,000 of the shares, while selling stockholders are offering an additional 11.4 million shares.

Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD ) said the Food and Drug Administration has granted priority review status to its new drug application for ambrisentan, a treatment for pulmonary arterial hypertension.

Harley-Davidson Motor Co. (HOG) said it has reached a tentative labor agreement with representatives of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local 175 in York, Pa. The motorcycle manufacturer said the agreement is subject to membership ratification, adding that it expects members to vote the week of Feb. 19. If approved, the agreement would end a strike by 2,800 unionized employees in York that began Feb. 2.

K2 Inc. (KTO) said it has named J. Wayne Merck president, chief executive, and board member. The provider of sporting and recreational products said Merck, who has been president and chief operating officer since November of 2003, succeeds Richard Heckmann as CEO.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. (KKD) said it has closed a new senior secured credit facility of $160 million, made up of a $50 million revolving credit facility and a $110 million term loan. The doughnut retailer said proceeds of the term loan were used to repay about $107 million outstanding balance under the company's prior credit facility, and to pay fees and expenses related to the new financing and the retirement of the prior facility.

Power-One Inc. (PWER) said Chief Financial Officer Paul Ross plans to resign to accept another position. The maker of power conversion products named Jeffrey Kyle to succeed Ross as CFO.

Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. (SMG) said its board has declared a one-time cash dividend of $8 per share. The dividend is payable March 5 to shareholders as of Feb. 26.

Don Ackerman, chairman of WCI Communities Inc. (WCI) , said Carl Icahn's plans to run his own slate of candidates for the WCI Board "would be highly disruptive to our company and not in the best interests of all our shareholders."

Xerox (XRX) said it expects 2007 operating cash flows to fall to a range of $1.2 billion to $1.5 billion from $1.6 billion last year. The forecast confirms an estimate for cash flows made at an investor meeting in November.

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