Among the companies with shares expected to actively trade in Thursday's session are OCZ Technology Group Inc. (OCZ), VeriFone Systems Inc. (PAY) and Men's Wearhouse Inc. (MW).
Data-storage firm OCZ Technology cut its fiscal second-quarter revenue forecast, pointing to constraints in the supply of NAND flash memory, which is used in solid-state drives. Shares tumbled 24% to $4.05 premarket.
VeriFone's fiscal third-quarter income rose 43% as the electronic-payments company's revenue strengthened, led by its services business. Still, shares dropped 11% to $31.50 premarket after the company predicted weak fourth-quarter revenue.
Men's Wearhouse turned in a 4.1% increase in fiscal second-quarter earnings as same-store sales grew for its namesake and Moores brands. Shares rose 9.9% to $35 premarket as earnings beat the retailer's expectations and the company lifted its full-year view.
Realty Income Corp. (O) agreed to buy American Realty Capital Trust Inc. (ARCT) for roughly $1.93 billion as the real-estate investment trust looks to diversify its portfolio outside the retail industry. Shareholders will get about 0.29 Realty Income share for each share of American Realty, valuing the company at $12.21 a share, a 2.1% premium over Wednesday's close. Shares of American Realty were up 7% premarket, to $12.80.
Branded drug maker Warner Chilcott PLC (WCRX) on Thursday detailed pending stock sales by private-equity owners Bain Capital Partners, J.P. Morgan Partners and Thomas H. Lee Partners, as well as members of its senior management. In total, the group of shareholders will sell 42.9 million shares, boosting Warner Chilcott's public float by roughly 25%. Shares slid 9.4% to $12.85 premarket.
BreitBurn Energy Partners LP's (BBEP) offering of 10 million common units representing limited-partner interests priced at $18.51 a piece, a 4% discount to its Wednesday close. Units fell 4.4% to $18.44 premarket.
Enbridge Energy Partners LP (EEP) plans to offer roughly 14 million Class A units representing limited-partner interests. The oil and gas transporter's shares slid 4.7% to $28.31 premarket.
ABM Industries Inc.'s (ABM) fiscal third-quarter profit fell 55% as the company said lower government spending sapped revenue, while expenses rose.
Aircraft leasing and maintenance company AAR Corp. (AIR) reported preliminary fiscal first-quarter results above analyst expectations, pointing to stronger commercial sales.
AeroVironment Inc. (AVAV) swung to a worse-than-expected fiscal first-quarter loss as sales of its unmanned aircraft slipped.
Enbridge Inc. (ENB, ENB.T) said President Al Monaco will take on the additional title of chief executive, effective Oct. 1, succeeding Patrick D. Daniel, who will retire at that time.
Encana Corp. (ECA, ECA.T) said Wednesday an internal investigation concluded that the natural-gas producer didn't engage in collusion with competitor Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK) regarding Michigan land leasing in 2010.
FuelCell Energy Inc.'s (FCEL) fiscal third-quarter loss widened as the power-equipment maker's product sales weakened and expenses increased. Results missed analyst expectations.
Harry Winston Diamond Corp.'s (HWD, HW.T) fiscal second-quarter earnings slumped 52% as the jewelry retailer reported weaker sales in both its mining and luxury brand segments. Earnings missed analyst expectations.
H&R Block Inc.'s (HRB) fiscal first-quarter loss narrowed as the tax-preparer recorded fewer expenses but revenue missed analyst expectations.
Home Loan Servicing Solutions Ltd. (HLSS) said it is commencing a public offering of 11.5 million shares, intending to use the proceeds to buy the right to receive servicing and other fees and assets from Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC.
Korn/Ferry International's (KFY) fiscal first-quarter earnings fell 32% as the company reported lower fee revenue at its executive-search business and as currency fluctuations hurt its overall revenue.
M/I Homes Inc. (MHO) said its offering of 2.2 million common shares priced at $17.63, matching Wednesday's closing price.
Mitcham Industries Inc.'s (MIND) fiscal second-quarter profit surged as the seismic equipment supplier recorded a favorable tax impact, masking a decline in equipment leasing revenue. Earnings beat analyst expectations.
Nordion Inc. (NDZ, NDN.T) swung to a fiscal third-quarter profit as the medical-technology company logged fewer one-time expenses, and sales grew modestly.
SeaChange International Inc. (SEAC) swung to a fiscal second-quarter loss as the video-gear maker's sales fell and its profit margin narrowed.
Sigma Designs Inc.'s (SIGM) fiscal second-quarter loss narrowed as the company's revenue climbed with help from a recent acquisition.
Snyder's-Lance Inc. (LNCE) has agreed to acquire Snack Factory LLC and certain affiliates for $340 million in cash, adding the fast-growing Pretzel Crisps brand to the snack company's portfolio.
Stewart Enterprises Inc.'s (STEI) fiscal third-quarter profit fell 20% as the funeral-services company logged fewer one-time gains, masking an increase in revenue.
Supervalu Inc. (SVU) said it will close about 60 underperforming or "nonstrategic" stores this year, as the struggling supermarket operator looks to cut costs, which could make it attractive to a potential buyer.
The U.S. Department of Defense's Tricare health plan has decided it won't let its nearly 10 million beneficiaries who get drug coverage through Express Scripts Holding Co. (ESRX) resume getting prescriptions filled at Walgreen Co. (WAG) outlets.
Wright Express Corp. (WXS) has agreed to acquire fueling company Fleet One from private equity firms for $369 million in cash as the payment processing company seeks to expand its presence in the heavy truck market in North America.
Zillow Inc. (Z) said it will offer 3.18 million Class A shares as the real-estate information provider raises funds for general purposes.
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