J.C. Penney - The retailer's shares rose after Buckingham Research said vendors aren't concerned about shipping to the department-store operator in the near term.
AbbVie - The drug developer gained after reporting positive results for its experimental hepatitis C drug. Shares of its partner Enanta Pharmaceuticals also rose.
Chevron - The oil producer fell after posting a 31 percent drop in fourth-quarter earnings on a 58 percent drop in refining margins.
Mead Johnson Nutrition - The company's shares slid after it forecast 2014 earnings below expectations.
Buffalo Wild Wings - Shares of the franchise-operator rose after the National Chicken Council said an estimated 1.25 billion wings will be eaten during the Super Bowl, 20 million more than last year.
Under Armour - Shares of the apparel maker rose after Baird hiked its price target after fourth-quarter results.
Lear - The auto-parts supplier fell after posting weaker-than-expected quarterly earnings.
Rocket Fuel - The technology company declined after announcing pricing of a follow-on offering.
Raytheon - The defense contractor hit an all-time high after Sterne Agee upgraded the stock to buy and raised its price target to $114 from $92.
Generac Holdings - The generator maker climbed after Baird upgraded the stock to outperform while repeating a $60 price target.
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—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.
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