Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Lennar Corp., down 68 cents at $19.07
The homebuilder posted a surprise first-quarter profit but it delivered fewer homes and reported a decline in new home orders.
Quest Diagnostics Inc., up $2.21 at $56.96
Credit Suisse said that potential volume increases and low expectations bodes well for the medical laboratory operator's stock.
AK Steel Holding Corp., up 81 cents at $16.42
Hedge fund titan Steven A. Cohen disclosed that he had a 4.8-percent stake in the steel producer.
Hertz Global Holdings Inc., down 87 cents at $15.40
The car rental company said that its three largest shareholders are selling 50 million shares to Goldman Sachs & Co.
Phillips-Van Heusen Corp., up $5.03 at $65.20
The clothing company said it had a strong fourth-quarter that got a boost from its $3 billion acquisition of Tommy Hilfiger.
Apollo Group Inc., down $1.80 at $40.55
The for-profit educator posted a second-quarter loss and said new enrollments dropped by 45 percent.
GSI Commerce Inc., down 4 cents at $29.16
Wedbush downgraded the digital e-commerce company saying that more suitors are unlikely after eBay Inc. said it would acquire it.
Amazon.com Inc., up $5.27 at $174.62
The online retailer launched a cloud service that will let customers upload and store music, photos and videos.