The following stocks were among those that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange:
Advanced Auto Parts Inc., down $1.59 at $38.69
Third-quarter sales at stores open at least one year for the car parts retailer missed Wall Street expectations.
Lee Enterprises Inc., up 11 cents at $3.64
The newspaper publisher said it earned a small profit in the latest quarter, helped by cost cuts and lower prices for newsprint.
The Greenbrier Cos., down 5 cents at $9.70
The railcar manufacturer's profit fell, but analysts had expected a loss as the company deals with a downturn in freight shipping.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc., down $7.56 at $68.35
The company said profit doubled in the fourth quarter and the full year, but first-quarter profit will decline from a year ago.
Tetra Tech Inc., down $1.76 at $25.41
The Pasadena, Calif.-based engineering consulting firm forecast earnings for fiscal 2010 that fell below some Wall Street estimates.
Brooks Automation Inc., up 49 cents at $7.93
The company narrowed its loss in the fiscal fourth quarter and the CEO said it could approach break-even in the current quarter.
Juniper Networks Inc., down 65 cents at $24.70
Hewlett-Packard Co. said it would buy 3Com Corp., leaving Juniper out of a consolidation move in the computer networking gear market.
Activision Blizzard Inc., up 6 cents at $11.44
First-day sales of "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" broke records, raking in $310 million in North America and the United Kingdom.