* Red Hat Inc. – fell 10c (1.7%) to $5.90. The world’s largest distributor of the free Linux computer-operating system’s Q4 profit was break-even on a per-share basis. It was expected to earn 1c, according to average First Call estimate.
* Anadarko Petroleum Corp. – the oil producer said CEO John Seitz resigned, and chairman Robert Allison will succeed him.
* Manitowoc Inc. – the maker of construction cranes said in a statement that it expects to break even on a per-share basis in the first quarter. It had been expected to report a profit of 23c, according to average First Call estimate.
* Paxson Communication Corp. – the owner of the Pax television network said in a statement that it will restate quarterly results for the last year to correct an accounting matter, reducing net results for the first quarter by $125.9mil and for the second and third quarter by $3.5mio each.
* Sprint Corp. – CEO Gary Forsee, hired last week from rival telephone company BellSouth Corp., will embark on a 100-day plan to shore up investor confidence after Sprint ousted his predecessor over the use of tax shelters.