Goldman Sachs and Mattel slip, Waste Management gains ground

Associated Press |

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Monday:

Electronics For Imaging Inc., up $8.60 to $38

The digital printing company is being bought by private equity firm Siris Capital Group LLC for about $1.7 billion.

Alliance Data Systems Corp., down $16.89 to $164.04

Publicis Groupe will buy the data collection and marketing services company's Epsilon business for about $4.4 billion.

Waste Management Inc., up $2.47 to $104.26

The trash and recycling collection company is paying about $3 billion for rival Advanced Disposal.

Clovis Oncology Inc., down $2.93 to $20.55

The drug developer is halting a study on a potential bladder cancer treatment, according to media reports.

The Goldman Sachs Group Inc., down $7.83 to $199.91

The investment bank's first quarter earnings fell by 21%, hurt by a slowdown in trading.

Mattel Inc., down 41 cents to $13.19

The toy and kids products maker is recalling nearly 5 million Fisher-Price infant sleepers after more than 30 babies died in them over a 10-year period.

Catalent Inc., up $5.15 to $44.41

The pharmaceutical services and products company is buying gene-therapy company Paragon Biosciences for $1.2 billion.

Adient PLC, up $3 to $23.73

The automotive parts company gave investors a solid second-quarter revenue report.

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