Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Wendy's/Arby's Group Inc., up 4 cents at $4.56
The fast food restaurant operator is selling a majority stake of its Arby's brand to a private equity firm group for $130 million.
Timberland Co., up $13.21 at $43.20
VF Corp., owner of the Wrangler, Nautica and The North Face brands, is buying the bootmaker for more than $2.2 billion.
Forest Laboratories Inc., up 62 cents at $38.57
The drugmaker said a fund affiliated with billionaire investor Carl Icahn plans to nominate four directors to Forest's board.
Genworth Financial Inc., up 14 cents at $10.24
Health insurer Aetna is buying the Medicare supplement business of Genworth Financial for about $290 million.
Carnival Corp., down 53 cents at $35.27
The cruise operator said it expects global conflicts to cost the company an extra 15 cents per share in the second half of 2011.
Under Armour Inc., up $3.85 at $67.97
A Sterne Agee analyst upgraded the sportswear company's shares, saying that new apparel and footwear offerings will boost growth.
Chico's FAS Inc., up 45 cents at $13.84
A JPMorgan analyst upgraded the women's clothing retailer, saying its stores could take a lot of market share from competitors.
Diodes Inc., down 63 cents at $22.98
A Baird analyst downgraded shares of the semiconductor components maker, saying business in that sector will slow down.