Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
Manchester United fell below $14 a share level. On Wednesday, the club acquired soccer star Robin Van Persie for $33 million.
Electronics Arts came off its highs after CNBC's David Faber reported Providence Equity Partners has no interested in buying the company.
Gamestop moved higher after the company said it's in talks to license patented virtual gaming technology.
Dun & Bradstreet spiked after reports that the company is in the early stages of putting itself up for sale.
Idenix plunged after the FDA put its experimental hepatitis-C drug on partial hold.
Dollar Tree moved lower after the company guided 2012 sales below expectations.
Illinois Tool Works rose after the company said it would sell a majority stake in its Decorative Services segment for a billion dollars.
Best Buy gained after founder Richard Shulze sent another letter to the company about his proposed buyout. The company responded by asking him to name is private equity backers.
Molycorp fell after the company said it would raise up to $450 million in a debt and equity offering.
Nu Skin Enterprises lost ground after Cintron Research issued an update on the stock, criticizing the company’s operations in China.
Blyth moved higher after the company said its health and wellness company, ViSalus, has filed for an initial public offering.
CACI International fell after the government-focused IT provider reported quarterly revenues below expectations.
Children’s Place Retail Stores rose after the company raised its full-year guidance.
Perry Ellis slumped as the clothing maker reported a second-quarter loss on lower revenues.
Ross Stores lost ground after the retailer warned its full-year forecasts would come in below Wall Street expectations.
Barrick Gold moved higher after the gold producer said its in talks to sell a majority stake in its African gold unit.
Perrigo fell after the maker of store-brand drugs and nutritional products reported lower sales for the fourth quarter in the last five.
Range Resources moved higher amid takeover prospects.
—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.
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