American Airlines, Qiagen, Ambarella and more


An American Airlines Boeing 737-800 plane takes off from Los Angeles International airport.

Mike Blake | Reuters

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:

Shares of American Airlines dipped 1.65% during extended trading after authorities in Miami forcibly removed a man on a flight to Newark, New Jersey, earlier Monday. The man reportedly ran past a gate agent onto the plane.

Qiagen shares tanked 8% after the company announced that CEO and Chairman Peer M. Schatz will step down after leading the company for 27 years. Senior Vice President Thierry Bernard will act as interim CEO and work in tandem with CFO Roland Sackers, while Schatz will remain as a “special advisor” during…


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