Midday movers: Sony, IBM, Red Hat & More

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Oliver Quintanilla | CNBC

Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:

Sony - The company fell after the FBI said that North Korea was behind the hacking against its movie studio.

Juno Therapeutics - The developer of cancer drugs soared in its market debut.

IBM - The technology company climbed after saying 2014 has been a breakthrough year for its cloud business.

Red Hat - The open-source software company jumped after posting better-than-expected third-quarter results.

Family Dollar Stores - The retailer declined after CNBC's David Faber said the company will delay a shareholder vote on the potential acquisition by Dollar Tree.

Alibaba - The company fell after an agreement preventing 8.1 million shares held by insiders from being sold expired.

Unilever - The maker of mayonnaise dropped its lawsuit against Hampton Creek over the labeling of its Just Mayo product.

Cerus - The company gained after saying the FDA had approved its blood transfusion device for platelets.

Facebook - The social network rose as Citi raised its price target to $91 from $86.

Carnival - The cruise line operator reported better-than-expected four-quarter results.

Exxon Mobil - The oil producer and others including Chevron, Hess and BP rose with oil.

Target - The discount retailer fell as a judge said consumers can sue over a data breach.

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