Wall Street shares are set to head north on Cyber Monday, which is naturally a trending topic in the webworld on the day.
It comes as the group, a Swiss manufacturer of computer keyboards, has reportedly ended discussions to acquire Plantronics Inc (NYSE:PLT) - the maker of Bluetooth earpieces and gaming headsets.
The companies confirmed on Sunday the talks had happened, but also revealed they had now been terminated.
Plantronics revealed in a statement that the well-known tech firm Logitech had approached it regarding a potential acquisition and that it engaged in discussions but would deliver on its strategy as a stand-alone company.
SCANA Corp (NYSE:SCG) shares added 3.52% to $45.61 in pre-market trade as the firm and South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. have agreed to pay more than $2 billion to settle a class action lawsuit related to failed V.C. Summer nuclear project.
SCANA abandoned the V.C. Summer nuclear plant in Fairfield County in August last year.
SCANA, which is in a deal to merge with Dominion Energy, said it and South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. deny the allegations made in the lawsuit, but have agreed to resolve the matter.
This month, the group launched a share buy-back program of up to $750 million, which represents around 5.2% of the share capital, which is to be carried out within three years.
In other tech news, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) shares added 1.06% to $133.13 after news emerged at the weekend that a cache of Facebook documents has been seized by MPs investigating the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
It came after rarely used parliamentary powers were deployed to demand that the boss of a US software firm Six4Three hand over the details as he was intercepted on a trip to London.