Midday movers: UPS, FedEx, Herbalife, Box & More

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

United Parcel Service - The shipper plummeted after forecasting fourth-quarter earnings below expectations. FedEx also fell after reaffirming its guidance.

Herbalife - The supplement supplier gained after CNBC reported that investor Bill Stiritz was buying more shares in the company.

Box - The online data storage provider surged in its market debut.

McDonald's - The fast-food chain fell after posting weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings.

Goodyear Tire & Rubber - The company declined after recalling 48,500 SUV tires.

New York Times - The media company jumped after the New York Times Magazine reported former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was interested in buying the company.

Expedia - The online-travel company rose after buying buying Travelocity, a booking site, from Sabre for $280 million in cash.

GoPro - The action-camera maker rose after it signed an agreement with the National Hockey League allowing fans to watch hockey live from a players' perspective.

Deere - The farm-equipment maker fell after saying it would lay off more than 900 workers.

Kansas City Southern - The railway dropped after reporting quarterly revenue that fell short.

LinkedIn - The professional-networking site gained after Raymond James upgraded the stock to a "strong buy."

Ford Motor - The car manufacturer fell after saying it would take an $800 million fourth-quarter charge related to exchange-rate trouble between Venezuela's currency and the U.S. dollar.

Honeywell International - The industrial manufacturer rose after its fourth-quarter earnings beat forecasts.

Infinera - The communications-equipment maker surged after it posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings.

Pandora Media - The internet-radio service gained after partnering with Jack White and Third Man Records to livestream the musician's sold out show at Madison Square Garden next Friday.

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