Cloudera Inc. CLDR, -0.59% shares rose in the extended session Monday after the cloud software company appointed a new chief executive. Cloudera shares rose 3.1% after hours, following a 0.6% decline to close at $11.74 in the regular session. The company said Robert Bearden, co-founder and CEO of Hortonworks, which Cloudera merged with in 2019, will replace Martin Cole, Cloudera’s chairman who has served as interim CEO. Back in August, Cloudera agreed to add two of Carl Icahn’s board members after the billionaire investor disclosed a nearly 13% stake in the company. The company said it reaffirmed its forecast for the fiscal fourth quarter. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expect a loss of 3 cents a share on revenue of $201.8 million for the fourth quarter.