By Angela Johnson and Ben Eisen, MarketWatch
NEW YORK (MarketWatch)--These are the stocks making notable moves on Friday:
Keurig Green Mountain Inc. (GMCR): The coffee company announced a licensing agreement to add Kraft's coffee to Keurig's lineup of single-cup brewing packs. The deal enlists powerhouse coffee brands to bolster Kerig's lineup.
Salesforce.com Inc.(CRM): The cloud-computing applications company reported a second-quarter profit that beat analysts' expectations.
SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. (SEAS): The theme park has been upgraded from perform to outperform by FBR & Co. analysts who argue people love the experience too much to boycott.
Ross Stores Inc.(ROST): The retailer raised its current-quarter earnings expectations after profits rise in the last quarter. Same-store sales were up 2%
GameStop Corp. (GME): The videogame retailer's second-quarter profits beat Wall Street estimates. The company cited Xbox One and PlayStation 4 as helping sales.
Dynegy Inc.(DYN): The company said it is buying $6.25 billion worth of coal and gas-generation assets from Duke Energy and Energy Capital Partners.
Foot Locker Inc.(FL): Second-quarter profit and sales beat views.
Gap Inc.(GPS): The clothing retailer's second-quarter profit beat analysts' estimates.
Intuit Inc. (INTU): The financial-management solutions company posted an unexpected fourth-quarter loss. Shares are among the biggest decliners in the S&P 500.
Aéropostale Inc. (ARO): The mall-based retailer posted a wider-than-expected second-quarter loss late Thursday and provided a downbeat outlook for the coming quarter.
Transocean Ltd. (RIG): The offshore drilling contractor on Friday said the value of new contracts since its July 16 fleet status report is about $78 million.
Tickers to Watch
Deere & Co. (DE): The heavy-equipment supplier announced layoffs of 460 employees Friday.
Home Depot Inc.(HD): The home improvement giant named Craig Menear as the new CEO of the company late Thursday.
Ann Inc. (ANN): The women's apparel retailer announced second-quarter sales that beat expectations, but cut its outlook for the year.
-Angela Johnson; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com
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