Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
MasterCard Inc., up $39.98 at $338.47
Quarterly profit rose as cardholders used their credit and debit cards more, and the company added new banks to its issuer list.
Ciber Inc., down $1.22 at $3.94
The IT services and outsourcing company withdrew its 2011 financial guidance, citing problematic projects in North America.
CenturyLink Inc., down $2.27 at $34.66
The phone company's quarterly profit shrunk 78 percent as it wrote down the value of Qwest, and it slashed its earnings forecast.
Boston Beer Co., down $2.04 at $86.65
The brewer of Samuel Adams beer cuts its earnings forecast for 2011, and said it might raise prices later this year.
Lexmark International Inc., up $1.87 at $34.45
The printer maker said it plans to resume its stock buyback program, and will repurchase $250 million of its shares this year.
j2 Global Communications Inc., up $4.30 at $30.28
Quarterly net income climbed 52 percent, the company raised its outlook for the year and declared its first dividend.
Lincoln Educational Services Corp., down $4.02 at $13.26
The for-profit school company cut its forecast for the year because of a sharp drop in the number of students enrolling.
SuccessFactors, Inc., up $3.57 at $28.85
The company, which makes human resources software, posted a revenue guidance that topped expectations after a strong quarter.