NEW YORK (AP) â¿¿ Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE 3Par Inc., up $8.05 at $26.09 Hewlett-Packard Co. bid $1.5 billion for the data storage provider a week after rival Dell Inc. agreed to acquire 3Par for $1.13 billion. Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc., up 53 cents at $150.20 The fertilizer maker's board rejected mining giant BHP Billiton's hostile $38.5 billion takeover offer amid speculation of bids from other companies. Hewlett-Packard Co., down 81 cents at $39.04 The company made a higher bid for 3Par Inc. after rival Dell Inc.'s offer, raising questions about its direction after the ousting of CEO Mark Hurd. NASDAQ Jazz Pharmaceuticals Inc., down $2.27 at $7.96 Federal health experts voted against approving the company's sleep drug for treating the chronic pain disorder fibroymalgia. Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Inc., down 61 cents at $5.41 The FDA will take on extra 3 months to review the company's Acetadote as a treatment for patients with non-acetaminophen acute liver failure. Tuesday Morning Corp., up 7 cents at $3.66 The discount housewares retailer returned to a quarterly profit as more shoppers visited stores, boosting sales. Sanderson Farms Inc., up $2.64 at $45.80 The chicken processor's quarterly profit dropped, but a resumption in exports to Russia helped buoy shares. 1-800-Flowers.com Inc., down 21 cents to $1.70 Shares of the online flower company tumbled to a 52-week low after the fourth quarter loss and revenue decline it posted last week.
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