Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: – Shares of the project management company rose 10% after reported a strong quarter and offered rosy guidance. reported third-quarter profit and revenue of 64 cents per share on revenue of $189.2 million. Analysts polled by FactSet expected 21 cents per share on revenue of $182.5 million. Operating income of $24.1 million easily exceeded the consensus estimate of $5.2 million. Sales and operating profit forecasts for the fourth quarter and full year also exceeded estimates. Tyson Foods – The food company fell 3.3% in premarket trading after Tyson’s fiscal fourth-quarter sales came in weaker than expected. According to LSEG, the company posted revenue of $13.35 billion, below the $13.71 billion forecast by analysts. The company also said it expects sales to be relatively flat next year. Boeing – Shares rose 3.25% after Emirates Airlines announced the purchase of 95 Boeing aircraft for a total of $52 billion. Roivant Sciences – The pharmaceutical stock rose 2% after Roivant Sciences reported second-quarter revenue that beat estimates on Monday. Revenue came in at $37.1 million, beating the consensus estimate of $27.1 million, according to FactSet. It reported a loss per share of 29 cents, in line with estimates. CEO Matt Gline said funds from the company’s recent deal with Roche to sell Telavant for $7.25 billion “will be sufficient to fund our programs through profitability.” TripAdvisor – Shares of the online booking company rose 2.3% after Bernstein upgraded TripAdvisor to Outperform. The company said some key issues for the company, including concerns about metasearch burden on TripAdvisor, have been resolved. HP Inc. – Shares rose about 2% after Citi upgraded the stock to “buy” from “neutral” on Monday, citing “continued improvements in the PC ecosystem.” GitLab – The software stock rose 1.1% on a buying initiative from BTIG. The company said GitLab has great market opportunities and growth drivers. Henry Schein – Shares fell nearly 2% in premarket trading. The dental and medical supplies provider reported third-quarter revenue that fell short of expectations and weak guidance, citing the impact of a cybersecurity attack for which it plans to file an insurance claim in 2024. The company’s revenue was $3.16 billion, falling short of the consensus estimate of $3.21 billion, according to FactSet. — CNBC’s Michelle Fox, Alex Harring, Jesse Pound and Pia Singh contributed reporting

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