Movers roundup: Papa John's, OpenTable

Movers roundup: Papa John's shares fall after restating earnings; OpenTable rises on "Buy"

Associated Press

Among the stock activity stories for Wednesday, Feb. 27, from AP Business News:

— Shares of Papa John's International Inc. fell after the pizza chain operator reported fourth-quarter results that missed Wall Street expectations and restated earnings back to 2009 after discovering an accounting error.

— Shares of OpenTable Inc. surged to their highest level in more than a year as Wunderlich Securities recommended that clients buy the stock, saying that reservations made through mobile devices are rising fast and the company has a lot of room to grow.

— Shares of Priceline.com Inc. rose on expectations that the travel website operator will continue to grow and pick up market share.

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