Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
General Electric - Shares rose 2 percent after CEO Jeff Immelt said he spent his entire 2013 cash bonus of $2.6 million on the company's stock.
J.C. Penney Company - The retailer climbed 6.4 percent after Standard & Poor's Ratings Services raised its credit outlook on the company to stable from negative.
Abercrombie & Fitch - The teen-clothing retailer rose 6.3 percent after Credit Suisse upgraded the stock to outperform from neutral.
Corning - The specialty glass producer jumped 1.1 percent after it announced a $1.25 billion accelerated stock buyback with Citibank.
Chevron - Shares of the oil producer rose after a federal judge ruled in its favor in an Ecuadorean pollution case..
Facebook - The social-networking site jumped on reports it was in talks to buy drone-maker Titan Aerospace for $60 million.
Delta Air Lines - Shares surged after the carrier reported traffic rose 2.4 percent in February.
Trina Solar - The Chinese solar company gained 9.8 percent after it reported a profitable third quarter.
Oxygen Biotherapeutics - Shares soared 25 percent in heavy volume after the FDA lifted a clinical hold on its treatment for traumatic brain injury.
Cliff Natural Resources - Shares fell 2.6 percent after Wells Fargo downgraded the miner to underperform from market perform.
Anadarko Petroleum - The energy producer rose 1.5 percent after it said it raised its 2014 capital expenditure budget by 8 percent.
Riverbed Technology - Shares declined 0.7 percent after Elliott Management, which owns a 10.5 percent stake in the company, criticized its expanded stock-repurchase program.
McDermott International - Shares dropped 9.4 percent after the engineering and construction company reported a fourth-quarter loss and withdrew its guidance.
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—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.
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