Shares of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts ( KKD) were among the NYSE's winners Tuesday, climbing 18% after the doughnut maker said it hired ex- Kraft Foods ( KFT) executive Daryl Brewster to be its new CEO. Brewster, who most recently served as president of Kraft's North America snacks and cereals business, will replace Stephen Cooper, who had been serving as Krispy Kreme's interim CEO since January 2005. The appointment of Brewster is effective immediately. "Krispy Kreme has made steady progress in its turnaround and I am confident that it has a solid future of growth and profitability," Brewster said in a press release. Cooper, meanwhile, will remain with Krispy Kreme and serve as chief restructuring officer during a transition period. Krispy Kreme shares were trading up $1.15 to $7.54. Dick's Sporting Goods ( DKS) fell 4% after the sporting goods retailer posted mixed fourth-quarter results. The company earned $54 million, or $1 a share, on sales of $849.5 million. Analysts polled by Thomson First Call expected earnings of 98 cents a share and sales of $856.8 million. During the year-earlier period, the company earned $42.3 million, or 79 cents a share, on sales of $788 million. Looking ahead, Dick's sees first-quarter earnings of 15 cents to 17 cents a share, including stock-based compensation costs of 7 cents a share and store relocation expenses of 4 cents a share. Analysts project first-quarter earnings, including stock-based compensation costs, of 21 cents a share. The company predicts same-store sales growth of 3% to 5% in the period. For the full year, the company expects earnings of $1.77 to $1.81 a share, including stock-based compensation costs of 27 cents a share. Analysts project full-year earnings of $1.81 a share. Shares were trading down $1.64 to $36.98. Shares of Clean Harbors ( CLHB) fell 3% after the hazardous-waste management services company posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter results but offered a disappointing first-quarter sales guidance. For the fourth quarter, the company earned $7.9 million, or 43 cents a share, up from $7.4 million, or 42 cents a share, a year earlier. Sales rose to $193.7 million from $176.2 million. Analysts expected earnings of 31 cents share on sales of $183 million.