NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday:

Amazon.com Inc., down $25.96 to $1,020.04

The online retailer’s second-quarter profit fell short of expectations as it invested more money in its business.

Starbucks Corp., down $5.50 to $54

The coffee chain gave a disappointing forecast for the current quarter and said it will close all of its Teavana tea shops.

Mattel Inc., down $1.66 to $19.64

The toy company had a disappointing quarter due to lower sales of arts and crafts toys, and toys marketed to girls.

Align Technology Inc., up $15.80 to $173.06

Results from the maker of Invisalign tooth-straighteners surpassed analysts’ estimates and the company gave a strong forecast for the current quarter.

Flowserve Corp., down $5.06 to $41.30

The maker of pumps and valves said its business was hurt by higher taxes and weak results for its industrial division.

Intel Corp., up 34 cents to $35.31

The chipmaker did better than expected in the second quarter as its client and data-center businesses performed well.

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. (GT)

The tire maker said materials costs rose in the last quarter and demand from manufacturers and customers has been slow.

Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM)

The oil company said its quarterly profit doubled, but that still didn’t meet projections by analysts.

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