Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Big Lots Inc., down $3.45 at $36.28
The discount retailer said that its third-quarter net income fell 76 percent due to a loss related to a recent acquisition.
H&R Block Inc., down $1.03 at $15.03
Concerns about the tax preparer's shuttered subprime mortgage unit resurfaced after it reported that claims on bad mortgages rose.
Alexander & Baldwin Inc., up $6.33 at $44.39
The ocean transportation and logistics company said that it will split into two publicly traded companies by the end of next year.
PVH Corp., up $5.16 at $72.78
The clothing maker, which owns the Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein brands, said its third-quarter profit grew on stronger sales.
Research In Motion Ltd., down $1.81 at $16.77
The BlackBerry phone maker is writing off much of its inventory of PlayBook tablets, since it has to sell them at a deep discount.
Lululemon Athletica Inc., up $2.52 at $49.69 The yoga wear maker's stock was upgraded by two analysts from different firms to "Buy" based on its growth prospects.
Mitel Networks Corp., up 79 cents at $3.53
The business communications and collaboration software maker posted a bigger second-quarter profit than Wall Street expected.
T. Rowe Price Group Inc., up 92 cents at $57.50
A Jefferies analyst upped his price target on the investment firm's stock to $64 from $58 based on the company's performance.