Shares of B&G Foods dipped in extended trading after it announced a 4-million share stock offering. The proceeds will be used to pay outstanding borrowings or for acquisitions, according to a statement from the company, which makes brands like Mrs. Dash, Green Giant, and Cream of Wheat.
SolarCity shares ticked higher after a busy week in the alternative energy industry. Vivint Solar announced overnight Tuesday it would seek damages from SunEdison over a merger agreement gone astray, while SolarCity revealed a deal to install solar panel systems in Whole Foods Market stores across the U.S.
Smaller solar-related companies like TerraForm and SunRun also moved in late trading.
And embattled drug company Valeant Pharmaceuticals saw its shares inch up after it ended litigation with R&O Pharmacy. The two companies settled for an undisclosed amount, according to a company statement, after a fight over rising drug prices that has brought Valeant to the national political stage.
— CNBC's Krysia Lenzo and Jacob Pramuk contributed to this report.