Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Walgreen Co., down $2.76 at $39.21
Prescription sales growth helped increase quarterly profit 10 percent, but analysts had expected even stronger results.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., up 29 cents at $26.29
The company's highly anticipated melanoma drug improved survival times when used as a first-line treatment against advanced skin cancer.
Sprint Nextel Corp., up 11 cents at $4.47
The wireless carrier's CEO said he was concerned that AT&T's $39 billion deal to buy T-Mobile USA would stifle innovation in the industry.
Carnival Corp., down $1.85 at 39.16
The cruise operator's outlook missed Wall Street forecasts because of higher fuel costs and weak demand for trips to the Middle East.
BJ's Wholesale Club Inc., up $2.32 at $48.84
Private equity firm Leonard Green & Partners LP is considering an offer to acquire warehouse club operator BJ's Wholesale Club Inc.
Hot Topic Inc., up 13 cents at $5.28
The struggling teen clothing chain replaced its longtime CEO with Lisa Harper, the former head of kids gear retailer Gymboree Corp.
Netflix Inc., up $8.55 at $221.39
A Credit Suisse analyst upgraded the streaming video and DVD rental company and expects shares to rise 32 percent from current levels.
Expeditors International of Washington Inc., down $1.23 at $47.10
An RBC analyst cut his investment rating on the stock, saying the logistics company is unlikely to exceed profit expectations this year.