Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Walgreen Co., up $3.65 at $34.62
The drug store chain said it signed a new agreement to begin filling prescriptions for customers in the Express Scripts network.
Safeway Inc., down 69 cents at $15.80
The grocery store operator's second-quarter profit fell 16 percent as it spent more on advertising and launched a new loyalty program.
Georgia Gulf Corp., up $3.82 at $32.67
The chemical company is buying the commodity chemicals business of PPG Industries Inc. in a deal worth about $2 billion.
Johnson Controls Inc., down $2.25 at $26.07
The auto parts maker posted disappointing fiscal third-quarter results and cut its sales growth prediction for the current quarter.
Nokia Corp., up 12 cents at $1.85
The cellphone maker said sales of its low-end phones lifted revenue and sales of the new Lumia phones were not as bad as feared.
eBay Inc., up $3.49 at $43.95
The Internet company more than doubled its second-quarter net income on higher revenue from its PayPal online payments business.
Select Comfort Corp., up $5.83 at $27.60
The mattress maker's second quarter results beat expectations and it raised its full-year forecast. It also said it plans to open more stores.
Skyworks Solutions Inc., up $2.53 at $29.17
The company said that its third-quarter profit rose on stronger sales of its chips, which are used for cellphones and tablets.