surged after the bell rang Wednesday when the San Francisco-based company, which provides customer relationship management software and services, posted a boost in second-quarter earnings. Excluding items, Salesforce.com would have earned 6 cents a share, exceeding estimates. The company also offered an optimistic forecast for the rest of the year. Shares gained $3.28, or 11.6%, to $31.60.
gained after the Houston-based retailer beat second-quarter earnings expectations and said the current quarter should also top forecasts. Shares of Men's Wearhouse traded up $1.09, or 3.1%, to $35.81.
plummeted after the Savannah, Ga., apparel retailer missed Wall Street's second-quarter earnings expectations. Looking ahead, the company said its fiscal 2006 earnings will probably be $1.37 to $1.41 a share, below the consensus estimate of $1.47. Citi Trends slumped $5.31, or 16.4%, to $27.03.
stumbled after the Everett, Wash., clothing retailer came up short on second-quarter revenue. The company's profit grew year over year and sales increased by 41.5% to $55.8 million, but analysts were looking for a top line of $56.3 million. Zumiez said its fiscal-year earnings will be essentially in line with analysts' estimates. The stock sank $1.60, or 6%, to $25.