Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Goodrich Corp., up $11.11 at $120.60
United Technologies confirmed it will buy the aerospace and defense company for about $16.4 billion in cash.
CarMax Inc., down $3.02 at $24.41
The used car dealership chain said a recent economic slowdown and lower customer traffic hurt its second-quarter earnings.
Vail Resorts Inc., down $3.08 at $36.75
The ski resort, golf course and luxury hotel operator said it lost more money in its fiscal fourth quarter than it did a year ago.
Red Hat Inc., down $1.20 at $41.49
The open source software solutions company said its second-quarter net income rose 69 percent on higher demand for its services.
Diamond Foods Inc., down 78 cents at $91.13
A Jefferies analyst downgraded the snack maker's rating saying it needs to work hard to integrate recently acquired Pringles.
Logitech International SA, down $1.02 at $7.72
After reviewing its business, the computer mouse and keyboard maker cut its profit forecasts citing current economic conditions.
Bed Bath & Beyond, Inc., up 36 cents at $57.84
The housewares retailer, which also owns buybuy Baby, said that its fiscal second-quarter profit jumped 26 percent as sales rose.
Scholastic Corp., up $1.77 at $27.68
The publisher said it narrowed its loss in the latest quarter thanks to strong sales of children's books like "The Hunger Games."