Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
Western Digital moved higher after reporting stronger than expected earnings. Rival Seagate Technology also rose on the news.
Strayer tumbled after the for-profit education company reported lower enrollment. ITT Education also fell after reporting disappointing earnings.
NY Times soared as investors focused in on the company’s digital subscriber gains.
Dunkin Donuts fell on disappointing same store sales numbers.
Hershey jumped after it reported better than expected second-quarter earnings and raised its outlook.
Potash lost ground after its second-quarter profit fell and it trimmed its forecast.
Barrick Gold fell to a three-year low on disappointing quarterly earnings. Its CEO said the company was launching a full review of its operations.
Kimberly Clark rose after its second-quarter earnings topped street estimates. This on strong sales growth from emerging markets.
Celgene moved higher after its bottom line beat Street forecasts, after its Revlimid sales growth accelerated.
McGraw-Hill rose after its CFO said the company will resume share buybacks in the second half of the year.
Cliffs Natural Resources lost its luster after the iron ore miner barely beat analysts’ second-quarter expectations. It also cut its production outlook at its Canadian unit.
Cabelas soared after it reported stronger than expected second quarter earnings. Comps were up nearly five percent for the quarter.
BorgWarner fell after it lowered its fiscal 2012 guidance.
Tractor Supply jumped after it reported better than expected second-quarter earnings and raised its guidance.
Coach rose on news Morgan Stanley upgraded the stock to "overweight" from "equalweight."
Oshkosh moved higher after the specialty truck maker beat third-quarter earnings forecasts on higher sales in all non-defense businesses.
Terex rose after beating street earnings forecasts and raising guidance.
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