Buffalo Wild Wings, Biota, Gogo and The Container Store are big market movers


NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:


Boston Scientific Corp., down 85 cents to $12.73

The medical devices company returned to profitability in the first quarter but its revenue missed Wall Street expectations.

The Container Store Group Inc., down $1.37 to $28.50

The home goods retailer’s fiscal fourth-quarter results fell short of Wall Street expectations and its sales disappointed.

MGM Resorts International, up $1.96 to $24.98

Profits soared as gamblers in Asia flocked to Macau casinos and the company also saw stronger bookings on the Las Vegas Strip.

Coach Inc., down $4.71 to $45.71

Intensifying competition is tugging at profits for the luxury retailer, and sales at stores open at least a year in North America fell by 21 per cent.


Spirit Airlines Inc., down $1.74 to $56.69

The airline’s net income rose 23 per cent in the first quarter on rapidly growing traffic, but it said second-quarter costs other than fuel will rise.

Gogo Inc., down $5.26 to $13.12

AT&T is building a high-speed 4G service for use on commercial airlines, stepping right into the wireless company’s backyard.

Buffalo Wild Wings Inc., up $6.75 to $140.14

Quarterly profit jumped 73 per cent as sports fans gobbled up chicken wings during the Winter Olympics and the NCAA basketball tournament.

Biota Pharmaceuticals Inc., down $1.89 to $3.68

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued a stop-work order to the drug company on its influenza A&B drug.

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