Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
AOL Inc., down $3.88 at $11.19
The Internet company posted a loss, and its revenue fell. Display advertising and search revenue slowed in June.
Bank of America Corp., up $1.09 at $7.60
The bank's shares rebounded partially after their huge decline on Monday amid a broad market sell-off.
Live Nation Entertainment Inc., up 94 cents at $9.72
The concert promoter posted a quarterly profit after it refined its pricing strategy and concert attendance rose in North America.
Beazer Homes USA Inc., down 11 cents at $1.83
The homebuiler closed on fewer homes in its most recent quarter, and its loss deepened. But it said new home orders rose.
Cablevision Systems Corp., down $2.50 at $17.02
The cable provider's quarterly profit grew, but missed analyst expectations. The company lost 23,000 video subscribers.
International Flavors & Fragrances Inc., up $3.13 at $55.95
The company's quarterly profit grew as a more diverse product portfolio and expansion to emerging markets boosted revenue.
Apple Inc., up $20.80 at $374.01
The consumer technology giant, maker of the iPhone and iPad, surpassed Exxon Mobil as the most valuable company in the U.S.
Dish Network Corp., down 6 cents $22.58
More subscribers canceled the company's satellite TV service than signed up for it in the latest quarter, and earnings disappointed.