Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Bank of New York Mellon Corp., down 4 cents at $20.63
CEO and chairman Robert Kelly unexpectedly resigned because of differences with the board over how to manage the bank.
Macy's Inc., up 54 cents at $26.49
The department store chain said a revenue figure rose 5 percent last month even with many stores closed due to Hurricane Irene.
Wendy's Co., up 8 cents at $4.95
The hamburger chain named a former Wendy's executive, Emil Brolick, its new CEO. He is the COO of fast-food giant Yum Brands.
SAIC Inc., down $2.03 at $12.97
The defense contractor's forecast for the year fell short of analyst expectations. Tight government budgets are hurting business.
Greif Inc., down $5.74 at $50.12
The packaging maker said higher costs for materials and a higher tax rate ate into its quarterly profit, despite growing revenue.
Pier 1 Imports Inc., up 37 cents at $11.05
The home decor store chain said it expects results in the June-August quarter that would top Wall Street's expectations.
Ciena Corp., up $2.47 at $14.71
The network equipment maker reported a narrowed loss for the latest quarter. Revenue grew and it reined in costs.
Brightpoint Inc., up 17 cents at $9.70
A Citi analyst upgraded the cell phone distributor saying it could be a winner if the AT&T-T-Mobile deal collapses.