The companies that reported earnings after the markets close on Monday are: Texas Instruments, Amgen, VMware, CSX, American Express, STMicroelectronics, Crane, Sanmina-SCI, Jacobs Engineering, Albemarle, Woodward Governor, Zions Bancorp, SL Green Realty, Equity LifeStyle Properties, Ethan Allen Interiors, Volterra Semiconductor, Packaging Corp. of America, Heartland Financial, Mindspeed Technologies, F.N.B. Corp., Nara Bancorp, PLX Technology, RLI, Cathay General Bancorp, and Tuesday Morning.

Texas Instruments Inc. (NYSE: TXN) stock fell 2.45 percent to $33.80 in the after-market trading, following its fourth quarter earnings report. Profit was $942 million or 78 cents a share, up from $655 million or 52 cents a share last year. The latest quarter results included 14 cents a share from the combination of the gain on the sale of a product line and a tax benefit that was mainly associated with the reinstatement of the federal R&D tax credit. Revenue rose 17 percent to $3.53 billion. Analysts had expected profit of 63 cents a share on revenue of $3.50 billion.

Texas Instruments expects first quarter earnings of 54 cents to 62 cents a share and revenue of $3.27 billion to $3.55 billion. Street analysts anticipate profit of 57 cents a share on revenue of $3.32 billion. The company expects full year 2011 capital expenditures to be $1.7 billion, up from $1.2 billion in 2010.

American Express Co. (NYSE: AXP) stock declined 1.29 percent to $45.20 in the after-market trading, following its fourth quarter earnings results. Profit was $1.1 billion or 88 cents a share, up from $716 million or 60 cents a share last year. Adjusted earnings for the latest quarter were 94 cents a share. Revenue grew 13 percent to $7.3 billion. Analysts had expected profit of 94 cents a share on revenue of $7.29 billion.

Shares of Amgen Inc. (NASDAQ: AMGN) rose 0.26 percent to $57.44 in the after-hours trading, following its higher-than-expected fourth quarter earnings. Adjusted profit was $1.10 billion or $1.17 a share, up from $1.07 billion or $1.05 a share last year. Revenue rose 1 percent to $3.84 billion. Analysts had expected profit of $1.10 a share on revenue of $3.81 billion.

Amgen expects fiscal 2011 adjusted earnings of $5.00 to $5.20 a share and revenue of $15.1 billion to $15.5 billion. Street analysts project profit of $5.28 a share on revenue of $15.24 billion.

Separately, Amgen said it agreed to buy BioVex Group, Inc., a privately held venture-funded biotechnology company, for up to $1 billion. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 2011. Amgen to pay to BioVex $425 million in cash at closing and up to $575 million in additional payments upon the achievement of certain regulatory and sales milestones. BioVex is developing OncoVEX, a novel oncolytic vaccine in Phase 3 clinical development, that may represent a new approach to treating melanoma and head and neck cancer.

VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) stock fell 4.75 percent to $83.56 in the after-market trading, following its fourth quarter earnings report. Adjusted profit was $198 million or 46 cents a share, up from $127 million or 31 cents a share last year. Revenue grew 37 percent to $835.7 million. Analysts had expected profit of 44 cents a share on revenue of $803.58 million.

VMware expects first quarter revenue to be within a range of $800 million and $820 million, an increase of 26 percent to 29 percent from last year, while Street analysts predict $784.31 million. The company projects full year 2011 revenue of $3.45 billion to $3.55 billion, an increase of 21 percent to 24 percent from 2010, while analysts expect $3.41 billion.

CSX Corp. (NYSE: CSX) stock gained 1.91 percent to $69 in the after-market trading, following its higher-than-expected fourth quarter profit. Earnings were $430 million or $1.14 a share, up from $303 million or $0.77 a share last year. Revenue grew 21 percent to $2.8 billion, while revenue excluding the extra week increased 14 percent. Analysts had expected profit of $1.10 a share on revenue of $2.67 billion.

CSX said it plans to invest $2 billion in its business during 2011, up from the $1.8 billion for 2010. It expects to achieve a high-60's operating ratio in 2011, consistent with the goal of a 65 percent operating ratio by 2015. It expects to repurchase about $300 million of its shares in the first quarter, completing its current $3 billion share repurchase program.

STMicroelectronics NV (NYSE: STM) stock declined 1.27 percent to $11.70 in the after-market trading, following its fourth quarter results. Profit was $219 million or 24 cents a share, compared to a loss of $70 million or 8 cents a share last year. Adjusted earnings were 27 cents a share, up from 4 cents a share. Revenue rose 10 percent to $2.83 billion. Analysts had expected profit of 24 cents a share on revenue of $2.77 billion.

Crane Co. (NYSE: CR) reported its fourth quarter earnings of $39.4 million or 66 cents a share, down from $47.7 million or 81 cents a share last year. Adjusted profit was 68 cents a share, up from 57 cents a share. Sales rose 5 percent to $574.01 million. Excluding the Boeing agreement, sales increased 9 percent from last year. Analysts had expected profit of 65 cents a share on revenue of $554.84 million.

Crane expects full year 2011 earnings of $2.80 to $3.00 a share and sales growth of 7 percent to 9 percent. Street analysts anticipate profit of $2.86 a share on revenue of $2.32 billion, with sales growth of 5 percent.

Sanmina-SCI Corp. (NASDAQ: SANM) stock moved down 0.85 percent to $13.95 in the after-market trading, following a decline in first quarter earnings. Profit was $28 million or 34 cents a share, down from $59 million or 74 cents a share last year. Adjusted income was $37 million or 45 cents a share, up from $18 million or 23 cents a share last year. Revenue rose 12.5 percent to $1.66 billion. Analysts had expected profit of 41 cents a share on revenue of $1.65 billion.

Sanmina-SCI expects second quarter adjusted earnings of 40 cents to 43 cents a share and revenue of $1.62 billion to $1.67 billion. Street analysts predict profit of 41 cents a share on revenue of $1.65 billion.

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE: JEC) reported its first quarter earnings of $65.8 million or 52 cents a share, down from $72.4 million or 58 cents a share last year. Revenue fell to $2.36 billion from $2.48 billion. Analysts had expected profit of 59 cents a share on revenue of $2.38 billion. However, Jacobs, citing contribution from recent acquisitions, increased its fiscal 2011 earnings guidance to range of $2.40 to $2.85 a share from previous forecast of $2.30 to $2.80 a share. Street analysts predict profit of $2.55 a share.

Shares of Albemarle Corp. (NYSE: ALB) soared 2.88 percent to $59.36 in the after-hours trading, following its higher-than-expected fourth quarter earnings and revenue. Profit was $84.97 million or 92 cents a share, up from $62.34 million or 68 cents a share last year. Adjusted earnings were 92 cents a share, up from 64 cents a share. Sales rose 8 percent to $604.97 million. Analysts had expected profit of 88 cents a share on revenue of $575.99 million.

Looking forward, Albemarle said its continued success with innovative product development, increased productivity levels and positive market trends together with the price hike will enhance its top-line and bottom-line growth in 2011.

Woodward Governor Co. (NASDAQ: WGOV) stock fell 4.76 percent to $33.80 in the after-hours session, following its lower-than-expected first quarter earnings and revenue. Profit was $22.4 million or 32 cents a share, flat with last year. Earnings in the latest quarter included a charge of 3 cents a share related to a change in the estimate of future workman's compensation costs. Sales rose 8 percent to $365.1 million. Analysts had expected prfoit of 39 cents a share on revenue of $380.18 million.

Woodward Governor still expects fiscal 2011 earnings of $1.75 to $1.90 a share and revenue of $1.55 billion to $1.65 billion. Street analysts expect profit of $1.84 a share on revenue of $1.61 billion.

Shares of Zions Bancorp. (NASDAQ: ZION) moved down 0.55 percent to $23.62 in the after-market trading. The company's fourth quarter loss narrowed to $110.3 million or 62 cents a share from $176.5 million or $1.26 a share last year. Adjusted loss was $44.1 million or 25 cents a share. Net interest income fell to $406.9 million from $456.9 million, while non-interest income rose to $113.2 million from $65.9 million. Analysts had expected a loss of 37 cents a share on revenue of $557.50 million.

SL Green Realty Corp. (NYSE: SLG) reported its fourth quarter profit of $7.2 million or 9 cents a share, compared to a loss of $5.1 million or 7 cents a share last year. Funds from operations were $74.7 million or 93 cents a share, up from $69.1 million or 87 cents a share last year. Revenue rose to $267.24 million from $243.04 million. Analysts had expected profit of 90 cents a share on revenue of $232.76 million.

Equity LifeStyle Properties, Inc. (NYSE: ELS) reported its fourth quarter profit of $5.7 million or 18 cents a share, down from $6.3 million or 21 cents a share last year. Funds from operations was $25.9 million or 73 cents a share, down from $27.7 million or 79 cents a share last year. Revenue rose to $117.9 million from $115 million. Analysts had expected profit of 72 cents a share on revenue of $117.40 million.

Equity LifeStyle expects first quarter funds from operations of $1.06 to $1.16 a share, while analysts project $1.11 a share. The company anticipates full year 2011 funds from operations of $3.75 to $3.95 a share, while Street expects $3.85 a share.

Shares of Ethan Allen Interiors Inc. (NYSE: ETH) soared 9.59 percent to $22.86 in the after-market trading, following its higher-than-expected second quarter earnings. Adjusted profit was $5.6 million or 19 cents a share, compared to a loss of $1.6 million or 6 cents a share last year. Sales rose to $173.3 million from $143.3 million. Analysts had expected profit of 9 cents a share on revenue of $161.33 million.

Shares of Volterra Semiconductor Corp. (NASDAQ: VLTR) declined 1.85 percent to $24.35 in the after-hours trading, following its lower-than-expected fourth quarter earnings. Adjusted profit was $5.4 million or 21 cents a share, down from $8.4 million or 34 cents a share last year. Revenue rose 4 percent to $35.5 million. Analysts had expected profit of 22 cents a share on revenue of $35.70 million.

Packaging Corp. of America (NYSE: PKG) stock fell 4.85 percent to $27.49 in the after-market trading, following its lower-than-expected fourth quarter earnings. Profit was $53.0 million or 52 cents a share, up from $16.2 million or 16 cents a share last year. Sales rose to $626.7 million from $532.2 million. Analysts had expected profit of 53 cents a share on revenue of $633.43 million.

Heartland Financial USA Inc. (NASDAQ: HTLF) posted its fourth quarter earnings of $5.2 million or 31 cents a share, compared to a loss of $9.2 million or 21 cents a share last year. Net interest income rose 3 percent to $37.1 million, while non-interest income grew 37 percent to $18.3 million. Analysts had expected profit of 27 cents a share on revenue of $47.71 million.

Mindspeed Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: MSPD) stock rose 2.14 percent to $7.15 in the after-hours trading, following its better-than-expected first quarter earnings. Adjusted profit was $2.96 million or 9 cents a share. Revenue rose to $40.54 million from $37.03 million. Analysts had expected profit of 6 cents a share on revenue of $40.50 million. The company anticipates second quarter revenue, excluding any potential patent sales, to be within about $36.9 million to $39.1 million, while Street expects $38.72 million.

F.N.B. Corp. (FNB) reported its fourth quarter earnings of $23.5 million or 21 cents a share, up from $4.6 million or 4 cents a share last year. Net interest income rose to $72.8 million from $69.7 million, while non-interest income grew to $29.5 million from $25.3 million. Analysts had expected profit of 13 cents a share on revenue of $100.53 million.

Nara Bancorp Inc. (NASDAQ: NARA) reported its fourth quarter profit of $5.0 million or 13 cents a share, compared to a loss of $1.5 million or 4 cents a share last year. Net interest income grew 9 percent to $28.7 million, while non-interest income fell 21 percent to $4.3 million. Analysts had expected profit of 4 cents a share on revenue of $31.95 million. For full year 2011, the company expects low- to mid-single digit loan growth, a slight increase in net interest margin, a slight increase in non-interest expense levels, and manageable credit costs.

Shares of PLX Technology Inc. (NASDAQ: PLXT) declined 1.13 percent to $3.51 in the after-market trading, following a loss in fourth quarter. Adjusted loss was $1.1 million or 2 cents a share, compared to profit of $3.5 million or 9 cents a share last year. Revenue rose to $27.8 million from $26.6 million. Analysts had expected a loss of 5 cents a share on revenue of $29.32 million.

RLI Corp. (NYSE: RLI) stock soared 6.90 percent to $54.50 in the after-market trading, following its better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings. Operating earnings was $35.1 million or $1.66 a share, up from $25.3 million or $1.17 a share last year. Revenue rose 3.9 percent to $151.7 million. Analysts had expected profit of 98 cents a share on revenue of $138.65 million.

Cathay General Bancorp (NASDAQ: CATY) reported its fourth quarter profit of $14 million or 18 cents a share, compared to a loss of $39.4 million or 64 cents a share last year. Net interset income rose to $75.2 million from $73.8 million, while non-interest income grew to $16.2 million from $8.3 million. Analysts had expected profit of 13 cents a share on revenue of $81.26 million.

Shares of Tuesday Morning Corp. (TUES) advanced 4.48 percent to $4.20 in the after-market trading. Profit for second quarter was $17.3 million or 40 cents a share, down from $18.5 million or 43 cents a share last year. Sales declined 3.6 percent to $279.31 million. Comparable store sales decreased 3.2 percent.

Tuesday Morning lowered its fiscal 2011 earnings guidance to range of 37 cents to 41 cents a share from previous forecast of 39 cents to 43 cents a share. The company also reduced its 2011 revenue outlook to range of $845 million to $853 million from previous range of $870 million to $880 million.