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EveryWare Global (NASDAQ: EVRY) rose 38.21% to $3.87 after the company reported on the results of ratification votes on revised labor agreements.

BioDelivery Sciences International (NASDAQ: BDSI) jumped 17.60% to $14.10 on positive top-line Phase III results.

Genetic Technologies (NASDAQ: GENE) surged 13.23% to $1.16 after the company provided a BREVAGen revenue update.

MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL) rose 8.76% to $10.68. Various analysts, including Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Stifel Nicolaus, Nomura, initiated coverage on MobileIron with a Buy rating.

Revolution Lighting Technologies (NASDAQ: RVLT) shares climbed 8.70% to $2.50 after the company issued a business update for the second quarter.

Camtek (NASDAQ: CAMT) shares climbed 7.19% to $3.43 after falling 2.44% on Thursday. Camtek announced the launch of its next generation Semiconductor Inspection and Metrology platform.

Warren Resources (NASDAQ: WRES) rose 6.03% to $6.51 after the company announced the acquisition of the Marcellus assets of Citrus Energy for $352.5 million.

Kandi Technolgies Group (NASDAQ: KNDI) shares jumped 5.71% to $14.80 after the company announced a subsidy of $31.8 million for sales of more than 3,000 electric vehicles between June and December of 2013.

Silicon Motion Technology (NASDAQ: SIMO) shares gained 5.17% to $22.60 after the company announced preliminary Q2 revenue. The Company is expected to release its full Q2 results on July 28, 2014.

Sonus Networks (NASDAQ: SONS) shares gained 2.53% to $4.05. Pacific Crest initiated coverage on shares of Sonus Networks with a Outperform rating.

Cytori Therapeutics (NASDAQ: CYTX) gained 2.53% to $2.43. Cytori received a notice of intent to exercise first contract option from the BARDA.

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