Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Target Corp., up $3.23 at $51.67
The cheap-chic store chain said a key revenue measure rose 4.5 percent last month, topping expectations, on strong grocery sales.
Pfizer Inc., down 55 cents at $20.23
The pharmaceuticals maker said it will consider selling or spinning off its animal health and nutritional businesses.
Forest Oil Corp., down $3.83 at $24.24
A Jefferies analyst said the oil and natural gas producer's 2011 production guidance was "disappointing."
Live Nation Entertainment Inc., up 75 cents at $12.26
Media reports quoted the company's biggest shareholder saying the concert promoter would benefit from being taken private.
AAR Corp., up $1.43 at $30.10
The aircraft parts and maintenance provider's quarterly profit nearly doubled on strong demand for maintenance and spare parts.
Hot Topic Inc., up 98 cents at $8.40
The teen retail chain said a key revenue measure rose 0.4 percent last month. Analysts had expected a decline.
News Corp., down 4 cents at $17.43
The media company is shutting down its U.K. tabloid News of the World amid a spreading phone hacking scandal.
APAC Customer Services Inc., up $3 at $8.44
JPMorgan Chase is buying the outsourcing company for $470 million, or $8.55 per share, a 57 percent premium to its stock price.