NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Monday:

General Electric Co., down 96 cents to $23.43

The company said its chief financial officer will leave and named a Trian Fund representative to its board.

Medtronic PLC, down $2.88 to $76.93

The medical device maker said Hurricane Maria will reduce its quarterly earnings by $250 million.

Tesla Inc., down $13.94 to $342.94

Investors worried about the company’s ability to make its Model 3 sedan after a Wall Street Journal report Friday.

OneMain Holdings Inc., up $2.94 to $31.82

Reuters reported that the consumer finance company is interested in selling itself.

Mazor Robotics Ltd., up $2.40 to $52.57

The surgical guidance systems developer forecast strong results for the third quarter.

Ericsson, up 16 cents to $5.89

The company said it will nominate industrial and mining executive Ronnie Leten to be its chairman.

Seagate Technology PLC, up 6 cents to $33.85

Technology companies did better than the rest of the market Monday.

McKesson Corp., down $3.15 to $148.14

Companies that distribute or sell prescription drugs continued to slip following speculation Amazon.com may start selling medications.

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