Amazon, Alphabet sink; Expedia, Deckers Outdoor rise

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

Amazon Inc., down $139.36 to $1,642.81

Despite another record quarterly profit, the online juggernaut posted revenue that grew less than Wall Street expected.

Alphabet Inc., down $19.84 to $1,083.75

The parent company of Google took in less revenue than analysts expected, and investors worry regulators could make it tougher for it to collect data.

Mellanox Technologies Ltd., up $10.53 to $83.30

CNBC reported that the company, which makes high-tech gear for supercomputers, could be a takeover target.

Colgate-Palmolive Co. down $4.24 to $59.58

The maker of consumer products didn’t earn as much revenue in the latest quarter as analysts expected it to.

Western Digital Corp., down $9.82 to $44.19

The maker of hard drives for businesses and personal computers reported results that missed Wall Street’s forecasts.

Charter Communications Inc., down $19.80 to $295.01

The cable TV company reported revenue that fell short of what analysts expected.

Deckers Outdoor Corp., up $6.74 to $115.69

The maker of Ugg footwear reported earnings that came in far ahead of analysts’ forecasts.

Expedia Group Inc. up $2.93 to $120.50

The online travel company reported better earnings that Wall Street analysts had expected.

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