Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Coach Inc., up $3.73 at $67.97
Strong holiday sales of luxury handbags helped the leather goods retailer post a 15 percent jump in quarterly profit, topping estimates.
Peabody Energy Corp., down 65 cents at $36.86
Demand from China helped the miner sell more coal at higher prices, but results still missed expectations by a wide margin.
Verizon Communications Inc., down 61 cents at $37.79
The cell phone company sold 4.3 million iPhones during the fourth quarter, but the hefty costs of those phones held back quarterly profits.
Brinker International Inc., down $1.95 at $25.66
The owner of Chili's restaurant reported a drop in quarterly profit as it booked costs to close some struggling locations.
Quest Diagnostics Inc., up $4.23 at $60.73
The medical laboratory operator reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings and boosted its stock buyback plan by $1 billion.
Polycom Inc., up $2.43 at $20.85
The videoconferencing equipment maker posted a 50 percent jump in fourth-quarter profit, benefitting from strong demand in emerging markets.
InterDigital Inc.'s, down $8.56 at $35.89
The board has decided not to pursue a sale, concluding that the wireless technology developer should pursue more patent sales and licensing deals.
Bon-Ton Stores Inc., up 53 cents at $3.76
The department store retailer named former Lord & Taylor executive Brendan Hoffman as president and CEO.