Motive ( MOTV) put its third-quarter results below analysts' mean estimates, saying it expects to report a GAAP loss of 20 cents to 27 cents a share and a pro forma loss of 12 cents to 17 cents a share. The management-software provider expects to post revenue of $16.5 million to $18.5 million for the quarter. Analysts polled by Thomson First Call had been expecting pro forma earnings of 5 cents a share on revenue of $24.9 million. The stock was down $1.01, or 16.1%, to $5.25 in after-hours trading. NutriSystem ( NTRI) raised its third-quarter revenue projection to $64 million to $65 million from its previous forecast of $41 million to $43 million. The provider of weight management products also said it added 115,000 new customers for the quarter, well above its prior guidance of 65,000. Shares jumped $5.04, or 18.8%, to $31.85 after hours. La-Z-Boy ( LZB) announced that it would "significantly miss" its earnings and sales estimates for the second quarter, due to a lack of availability of polyurethane foam, a continued soft retail environment, and damage to one of its plants by a tornado spawned from Hurricane Rita. "Several TDI suppliers have communicated that because of the effects of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita they have had to declare Force Majeure, a condition which allows companies to depart from the strict terms of a contract because of an event that cannot be reasonably controlled," said Kurt Darrow, La-Z-Boy's president and CEO. TDI, or toluene diisocyanate, is a key chemical component of polyurethane foam. Trading of the shares was halted after hours. Wright Medical Group ( WMGI) said it expects third-quarter net income of 10 cents to 11 cents a share on sales of $73.4 million. The sales projection is $4 million below the low end of Wright's previous estimate, a shortfall the company attributed to a weak recovery in its domestic biologics growth rate and the effects of sales management transitions in Italy and France. For the year, Wright expects to earn 66 cents to 70 cents a share on sales of $315 million to $318 million. Analysts polled by First Call had predicted full-year earnings of 87 cents a share and revenue of $332 million. The stock fell $2.87, or 11.9%, to $21.26 in after-hours trading.