VistaPrint ( VPRT) jumped nearly 9% after the close Thursday as the Bermuda-based graphic designer widened its profits for the quarter ended Dec. 31. Earnings came to $8.3 million, or 18 cents as share, compared with $5.5 million, or 13 cents a share, a year ago. Revenue leapt 76% to $64 million, handily beating the $55.4 million Street expectations, according to Thomson Financial. The company also forecast revenue of between $250 million and $260 million in fiscal 2007, which is at least $21 million above estimates. Shares were trading up $3.19 to $39.50.

Callidus Software ( CALD) swung to a $102,000 fourth-quarter profit, and broke even on a per-share basis, on revenue of $24.1 million. Last year, the San Jose, Calif., business-software company lost $1.5 million, or 6 cents a share, on sales of $7.3 million. The analyst who follows the company was looking for $20.4 million in sales. Shares were rising 49 cents, or 7.7%, to $6.87.

MEMC Electronic Materials ( WFR) posted non-GAAP income of $157.8 million in the fourth quarter, or 68 cents a share, on $420.5 million in sales. Analysts were seeking 59 cents a share on revenue of $416.1 million. Looking ahead, the Missouri-based company -- which makes semiconductor components called wafers -- is pegging first-quarter sales at $440 million, which would top estimates by about $15.3 million. With 2006 sales at $1.54 billion, the company is also targeting a revenue goal of $3 billion to $4 billion a year within three to five years. Shares were gaining $3.38, or 7.8%, to $47.00.

Conexant Systems ( CNXT) dropped after it didn't swing to a high-enough profit. The Newport Beach, Calif., semiconductor company made $976,000, or break-even a share, compared with last year's losses of $21.1 million, or 4 cents a share. That trails the consensus by 2 cents, although revenue -- which at $245.5 million is about flat with last year -- met expectations. Shares were losing 14 cents, or 7%, to $1.87.

Bebe ( BEBE) profits slipped by a penny a share year over year to $24.3 million, or 26 cents, missing the Street's estimate by 2 cents a share. The Brisbane, Calif., clothing retailer also saw a 17.2% revenue increase from last year to $196.8 million, but analysts were expecting $198.2 million. Stock was falling $1.19, or 6.4%, to $17.55.