Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Procter & Gamble Co., down $2.43 at $64.44
The maker of Bounty paper towels and Gillette razors said its third-quarter net income fell and it cut its guidance for the year.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., down 61 cents at $11.32
The tire maker said it lost $11 million in its first quarter as refinancing charges more than offset the impact of higher revenue.
Amazon.com Inc., up $30.86 at $226.85
Thanks to its best-selling item, the Kindle Fire tablet, the Internet retailer posted first-quarter profits that beat estimates.
Starbucks Corp., down $3.23 at $57.43
The coffee chain posted a full-year earnings guidance that missed expectations. It also said sales slowed in parts of Europe.
Deckers Outdoor Corp., down $17.63 at $51.83
The footwear maker said that warm winter weather hurt demand for its Ugg boots, pushing its first-quarter profit down 59 percent.
Expedia Inc., up $7.68 at $40.31
The online travel company posted a first-quarter loss, but its revenue climbed 12 percent and its results beat expectations.
Jazz Pharmaceuticals PLC, up $6.52 at $51.72
The Dublin-based drugmaker said that it will buy cancer drug maker EUSA Pharma Inc. in a deal worth as much as $700 million.
Ruth's Hospitality Group Inc., down 7 cents at $7.19
The operator of Ruth's Chris Steak House and other restaurants posted a $30.3 million loss as it repurchased preferred shares.