GM, Starbucks, Rambus, Diodes and Icahn Enterprises are big market movers
NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
General Motors Co., down 50 cents to $40.40
Mary Barra will be the next CEO at the automaker, the first female chief executive ever to lead a major U.S. auto company.
PVH Corp., up $4.44 to $131.87
The buyout of Warnaco helped push quarterly profit up 17 percent at the owner of the Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein brands.
AutoZone Inc., up $14.52 to $471.86
The automotive retailer added new stores, sending first-quarter profit up 7 percent.
Twitter Inc., up $2.85 to $51.99
Wall Street likes the social network's new targeted advertising technology.
Icahn Enterprises L.P., down $15.86 to $132.67
Billionaire Carl Icahn's investment vehicle is selling 2 million shares after big stock gains this year.
Starbucks Corp., down $2.35 to $77.38
The coffee chain came under pressure after ITG Market Research released a new report predicting slowing sales this quarter.
Rambus Inc., up $1.05 to $9.58
A deal with fellow chipmaker Micron Technology creates a patent license agreement and settles the patent disputes between the two.
Diodes Inc., up $1.31 to $21.84
The chip components maker raised its gross profit margin guidance for the fourth quarter.