NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday:
GrubHub Inc., down $1.82 to $51.69
Competition for the online food ordering service got tougher after Amazon teamed up with ordering interface company Olo.
CarMax Inc., up $5.35 to $74.19
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The used car retailer’s quarterly profit and revenue were better than analysts expected.
Finish Line Inc., up 51 cents to $9.73
The sporting goods retailer recovered some of its recent losses after its second-quarter report.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., up 47 cents to $14.26
Bloomberg News reported the information technology products and services provider is planning to cut 10 percent of workforce.
Sprint Corp., up 49 cents to $8.52
Reuters reported that T-Mobile USA and Sprint are close to agreeing to combine.
Compass Minerals International Inc., down $9.40 to $60.10
The mining company lowered its profit forecast after a partial ceiling fall at a rock salt mine in Ontario.
Texas Instruments Inc., up $2.22 to $88.27
The chipmaker plans to buy back $6 billion in stock and raised its dividend to 62 cents from 50 cents.
Scana Corp., down $1.96 to $55.22
Scana said the federal government subpoenaed documents from it and another company that had abandoned a nuclear power project in South Carolina.