Friday's close: $66.65
Week's change: 37%
Rouse agreed to a $7.2 billion takeover by General Growth Properties in the biggest merger of real estate companies ever. Rouse said the all-cash offer, plus the assumption of about $5 billion of Rouse's debt, was too good to pass up.
Friday's close: $48.68
Week's change: 25%
CACI shot up 15 percent on Thursday alone after releasing results showing a 56 percent rise in quarterly profit. The defense contractor forecast 2005 earnings ahead of Wall Street estimates. The firm's stock had been battered since May, when a subsidiary was connected to abuse of prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
Friday's close: $8.50
Week's change: -6.7%
The Washington-based medical malpractice insurer's stock has been cut in half in recent months because of weak earnings and high claims. Last week Sandler O'Neill & Partners analyst Michael Dion lowered his price target to $9.50 from $10.
Friday's close: $1.45
Week's change: -2.68%
Ace-Comm, which is down more than 34 percent in the past three months, reported a drop in fiscal fourth-quarter income on Thursday. Revenue for the quarter and fiscal year were flat. The company sells products and services to the telecommunications industry.