Leading Brands ( LBIX) soared more than 26% on news that the Canada-based company's TrueBlue Blueberry Juice line will be sold by Cincinnati-based grocery-store chain Kroger. The products should hit store shelves within 30 days. Shares were rising 56 cents to $2.70. PRG-Schultz International, ( PRGX) an Atlanta-based audit-services firm, sharply narrowed its fourth-quarter losses to $2.9 million, or 43 cents a share, from last year's $175.8 million, or $28.32 a share. Revenue slipped 2.6% to $70.5 million, but this tops the only analyst's estimate of $68 million, according to Thomson Financial. Shares were gaining $1.21, or 11.9%, to $11.35. PharmaNet Development ( PDGI) said it earned $6.8 million, excluding items, or 36 cents a share in the fourth quarter, topping the 20-cent estimates sought by analysts. Last year the company, which sells clinical drug development services, posted income of $9.5 million, or 51 cents a share. Revenue, at $103.6 million, was slightly higher than last year and handily bested the $73.9 million consensus. Looking ahead, the Princeton, N.J.-based firm expects 2007 adjusted income of $1.06 to $1.21 a share on sales of between $334 million and $339 million. Analysts are looking for $1.08 a share on $313.4 million in revenue. Shares were adding $3.05, or 15%, to $23.37. Sun-Times Media, ( SVN) which publishes The Chicago Sun-Times, among other newspapers, got a lift after announcing an unspecified foreign taxing authority had given it a "favorable review" regarding whether its international-tax liability should be adjusted as of year-end 2006. Shares were up 71 cents, or 17.8%, to $4.70. Biosante Pharma ( BPA) was higher on favorable results from a study of its Elestrin product, which treats menopausal hot flashes, published by the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology. Shares of the Lincolnshire, Ill., company were up 22 cents, or 5%, to $4.59. Hana Biosciences ( HNAB) shares climbed after an analyst with Cantor Fitzgerald upped its rating to buy from hold, citing the fact that four of Hana's drugs are on the brink of advanced-phase testing. Shares were adding 19 cents, or 5%, to $4. TOR Minerals International ( TORM) was falling after the Texas-based maker of pigments and flame retardants had a fourth-quarter loss of $275,000, or 4 cents a share, on sales of $5.4 million. Last year the company broke even on $10.1 million revenue. Shares were losing 60 cents, or 18.6%, to $2.62. Restore Medical ( REST) plummeted on lower-than-expected revenue. The company, which makes medical devices for sleep breathing disorders, said sales dropped 29% from last year to $1.1 million -- about $200,000 under two analysts' targets. Its loss widened to $4.1 million, or 26 cents a share, from $1.7 million, or $1.39 a share, a year ago, beating estimates by 2 cents. Still, shares of the St. Paul, Minn., company were falling 79 cents, or 19.2%, to $3.35. Credit-services firm Intersections ( INTX) dropped on lower fourth-quarter profits. The Chantilly, Va., company said it earned only $639,000, or 4 cents a share, compared with $4 million, or 23 cents a share, a year ago. Revenue, at $54.7 million, is 27% higher than last year and squares with Street estimates. The company said it faced $1.2 million in severence payments to former executives, and also faced a large number of credit card declines at one of its clients, hitting it for another $1.4 million. Shares were down $1.55, or 13.4%, to $10. Drugmaker Icagen ( ICGN) broadened its fourth-quarter losses by 4 cents from last year to 28 cents a share, or $6.2 million, on revenue that sank 36% to $1.3 million. Shares of the North Carolina-based company were off 29 cents, or 12.4%, to $2.05. Pico Holdings ( PICO) stumbled after announcing it will sell about 2.8 million newly minted company shares at $37 a share to institutional investors. Net proceeds are expected at bring in around $100.2 million. Shares were dropping $3.32, or 7.9%, to $38.78.