NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:

NYSE

The Washington Post Co., up $24.30 to $593

The newspaper company's shares hit five-year highs after announcing its sale to Amazon.com Inc. founder Jeff Bezos for $250 million.

American Eagle Outfitters Inc., down $2.40 to $17.57

Weak sales at the teen retailer lead to a profit warning for the second quarter, dragging almost the entire retail sector down.

J.C. Penney Company Inc., down 54 cents to $13.28

New worries about cash burn from J.P. Morgan and Citibank hit the retailer's stock. Citi's Deborah Weinswig says she believes Penney has plenty of cash to last this year "but 2014 is still in question, and JCP could face a cash crunch in 2015." Shares hit a 12 ½-year low.

IBM Corp., down $4.51 to $190.99

Credit Suisse downgrades IBM's stock, citing market share loss to competitors in several key software arenas, and more exposure to the UNIX and mainframe business than analysts had originally thought.

Molson Coors Brewing Co., up $3.18 to $53.26

The brewer beats profit expectations even as the economy in Europe and North American saps demand for beer. The $3.5 billion acquisition of StarBev in Europe pushed business volumes up 51 percent.

Nasdaq

Fossil Group Inc., up $19.13 to $126.55

The accessory company breezes past Wall Street expectations for the second quarter as it defied trends of downward-sloping sales in Europe. Growth was strongest in countries like Germany and England, which have not seen the same economic devastation that is being experienced in Spain, Italy or Greece.

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc., down $16.49 to $254.50

The drug developer is seeking regulatory approval for an additional use for its eye treatment Eylea a year sooner than it had expected, but investors focused on second-quarter sales, which came in a little light.

Dell Inc., up 5 cents to $13.73

The shares sail above a swoon for tech stocks after Carl Icahn reveals a bigger stake in the struggling computer maker, backing up his vow that the fight for control over the company with founder Michael Dell will go on.

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  • #25: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Total average circulation: 231,094

  • #24: Boston Globe

    Total average circulation: 245,572

  • #23: San Diego Union-Tribune

    Total average circulation: 250,678

  • #22: Las Vegas Review-Journal

    Total average circulation: 252,047

  • #21: Honolulu Star-Advertiser

    Total average circulation: 268,244

  • #20: Arizona Republic

    Total Average Circulation: 293,640

  • #19: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

    Total Average Circulation: 301,345

  • #18: Philadelphia Inquirer

    Total Average Circulation: 306,831

  • #17: Cleveland Plain Dealer

    Total Average Circulation: 311,605

  • #16: Tampa Bay Times

    Total Average Circulation: 340,260

  • #15: Newark Star-Ledger

    Total Average Circulation: 340,778

  • #14: Orange County Register

    Total Average Circulation: 356,165

  • #13: Houston Chronicle

    Total Average Circulation: 360,251

  • #12: Newsday

    Total Average Circulation: 377,744

  • #11: Dallas Morning News

    Total Average Circulation: 409,265

  • #10: Chicago Tribune

    Total Average Circulation: 414,930

  • #9: Denver Post

    Total Average Circulation: 416,676

  • #8: Chicago Sun-Times

    Total Average Circulation: 470,548

  • #7: Washington Post

    Total Average Circulation: 474,767

  • #6: New York Post

    Total Average Circulation: 500,521

  • #5: New York Daily News

    Total Average Circulation: 516,165

  • #4: Los Angeles Times

    Total Average Circulation: 653,868

  • #3: USA Today

    Total Average Circulation: 1,674,306

  • #2: New York Times

    Total Average Circulation: 1,865,318

  • #1: Wall Street Journal

    Total Average Circulation: 2,378,827