Updated from 1:17 p.m. EDT with new stock pricesThursday brought another busy day of earnings reports, and Union Pacific ( UNP) was among the winners after its release. The railroad operator's shares rose 5.84% after the company's earnings handily topped Wall Street expectations. Union Pacific earned $532 million, or $2 a share, in the third quarter, a 27% rise from a year earlier. Analysts polled by Thomson Financial expected earnings of $1.77 a share. The stock was climbing $6.95 to $125.93. Textron ( TXT) also was a winner, with shares climbing 4.24% after the industrial giant beat earnings targets and lifted its full-year guidance. The maker of Cessna aircraft and Bell helicopters posted earnings from continuing operations of $242 million, or 95 cents a share, on revenue of $3.26 billion. Analysts, on average, anticipated earnings of 77 cents a share and revenue of $3.14 billion. For the full year, Textron sees earnings of $3.40 to $3.55 a share, up about 22 cents from its prior view. Analysts forecast earnings per share of $3.29 for 2007. Shares of Textron were adding $2.72 to $66.85. McGraw-Hill ( MHP) edged up 0.98% after the publishing company beat third-quarter earnings expectations, while also forecasting a decline in fourth-quarter results. For the third quarter, the owner of BusinessWeek and Standard & Poor's ratings earned $452 million, or $1.34 a share, on revenue of $2.19 billion. Analysts, on average, targeted earnings of $1.24 a share and revenue of $2.18 billion. McGraw-Hill said fourth-quarter revenue and earnings won't match last year's results because of weakness in the structured finance markets and some softness in its education division. Analysts expected earnings of 61 cents a share and revenue of $1.66 billion, compared with the company's year-ago earnings of 59 cents a share and revenue of $1.59 billion. Shares of McGraw Hill were up 50 cents to $51.42.