Ford (F) popped 4%. A British union leader said that Ford may sell its UK-based Jaguar brand to India's Tata motors as early as next week. – It’s been a widow-maker for me, says Guy Adami.
Warner Music Group (WMG) popped 13%. A change in management popped this tunesmith stock: Michael Nash was promoted to executive vice president of strategy and business development. – It's a sell, says Jeff Macke.
Genentech (DNA) popped 9%. The FDA approved Genentech's cancer drug Avastin for use in treating breast tumors. – Take profits, counsels Guy Adami.
Minnesota. Besides winning golden statuettes at the Oscars last nights, screenwriter Diablo Cody and writing/directing team Joel and Ethan Coen share another common trail: all hail from Minnesota. Cody, a former exotic dancer, won the Best Original Screenplay Oscar for Juno...The Coen Brothers won a trio of trophies: Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Picture for No Country for Old Men.
Perfect World Co. (PWRD) popped 12%. The Chinese maker of online video games posted near-perfect profits when reporting its first full-year income. – Get out of it, says Jeff Macke.
Agria Corporation (GRO) popped 9%. The Chinese ag firm with the catchy ticker said its sales would grow by 25% this year. – Stick with North American ag companies, counsels Pete Najarian.
Dell (DELL) popped 3%. The PC giant popped ahead of its earnings on Thursday. – It’s hard to know if this is anything, says Karen Finerman.
Zebra Technologies (ZBRA) popped 13%. The aptly-named maker of bar code printers said North American sales increased profits 43%.
DROPS (stocks that slid lower)
Northwest (NWA) dropped 3%. Doubts over the airline's merger with Delta sent shares south. – Oil is killing this stock, says Pete Najarian.
Freddie Mac (FRE) dropped 2%. Goldman Sachs downgraded Freddie to "sell" and cut its price target to $22. – That’s Goldman just being mean, says Karen Finerman.
Google (GOOG) dropped 4%. Although some on the Street see Google as the true winner if Microsoft buys Yahoo, Google shares were down as the deal dance continued.
Under Armour (UA) dropped 2%. Shares were on the move at this athletic wear company -- first popped at the open, and then dropped mysteriously, all on no news.
Also Carl Ichan calls the panel to wish Karen Finerman a happy birthday. Watch the video to see what he says about Motorola and more.
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Trader disclosure: On Feb.25, 2008, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders: Macke Owns (ATVI), (YHOO), (DIS); Najarian Owns (C), (MS), (MSFT), (XLF), (YHOO); Najarian Owns (CCOI) Calls, (AA) Calls, (NTAP) Calls; Najarian Owns (ACI) Calls; Finerman Owns (GS); Finerman's Firm And Finerman Own (HD); Finerman's Firm Owns (MSFT), (SUN), (TYC), (WMT) (YHOO), (AAPL); Finerman's Firm Is Short (IYR), (IJR), (MDY), (SPY), (IWM), (COF), (LEH); Finerman's Firm Owns Shares Of Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc; WWE Programs Air On Networks Of NBC Universal, The Parent Company Of CNBC; Vivendi Owns 20% Of NBC Universal, The Parent Company Of CNBC; GE Is The Parent Company Of CNBC