Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
General Electric Co., down 86 cents at $16.30
The conglomerate's quarterly net income fell 18 percent because a Japanese unit needed more cash reserves and equipment sales fell.
Seagate Technology, up $2.82 at $15.51
The disk drive and storage maker said it was in discussions with an unnamed party that is interested in taking it private.
Gannett Co., down $1.24 at $12.85
The media company's quarterly profit rose 37 percent because online and TV ads grew, but newspaper ad revenue continued to drop.
JPMorgan Chase & Co., down $1.57 at $37.15
The financial services giant's shares sold off with another bank stocks because of fears about the unlawful foreclosure mess hitting the bank's balance sheet.
Google Inc., up $60.52 at $601.45
The Internet search leader's quarterly income jumped 32 percent as it invests in display ads, mobile ads and other areas outside search.
Yahoo Inc., up 32 cents at $16.25
Media reports that AOL is in talks with buyout shops to make a joint bid for the Internet company continued to boost shares.
Mattel Inc., down $1.55 at $22.45
The toy maker's quarterly profit rose 23 percent, but its revenue growth fell short of analyst expectations.
Whole Foods Market Inc., up $1.24 at $38.30
A Jefferies analyst upgraded the upscale grocer, saying quarterly results could be better than expected because of a pick-up in sales.