Nautilus, HD Supply rise; Uber, Inovio fall

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Tuesday:

Uber Technologies Inc., down $1.06 to $31.21.

A judge ordered the ride-hailing giant and its competitor Lyft to treat their California drivers as employees, not independent contractors.

Occidental Petroleum Corp., down $1.32 to $15.16.

The energy company reported disappointing second-quarter earnings as oil demand and prices fell sharply.

Qurate Retail Inc., down 87 cents to $10.68.

The owner of the HSN and QVC shopping channels beat analysts' second-quarter profit and revenue forecasts.

Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc., down $4.37 to $14.62.

The drug developer's second-quarter earnings and revenue fell short of Wall Street forecasts.

Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., up $1.31 to $63.13.

The pharmaceutical company reported encouraging results from studies of cancer drug Opdivo.

Canada Goose Holdings Inc., down $1.30 to $23.51.

The high-end coat maker said it expects a significant decline in revenue during its fiscal second quarter because of COVID-19.

Nautilus Inc., up $1.76 to $14.12.

The stationary bike maker reported surprisingly good second-quarter financial results as people shifted from gyms to home-fitness.

HD Supply Holdings, up $3.47 to $41.71.

The industrial supplies distributor is selling its White Cap specialty concrete business for to a private equity firm for $2.9 billion.