Blow the whistle: Finish Line shares dropped 25.8 percent to $7.74 Tuesday after the retailer forecast weak second-quarter results and cut its forecasts for the rest of the year. It said discounts on shoes are growing, which is hurting its profit margins. Shares closed the week at $8.89.


Booked his departure: Expedia slumped 4.3 percent to $142.89 Monday after reports that Dara Khosrowshahi, the travel booking site’s CEO, was named as the new CEO of ride-hailing app Uber. Expedia shares closed the week at $148.23.


Insurance woes: Insurance companies declined Monday as investors worried that flooding from Harvey will lead to big losses. Travelers slumped 2.9 percent, to $122.97, finishing the week at $119.90. Progressive shed 2.8 percent, to $47.06, closing Friday at $45.66.

Flying high: Drone maker AeroVironment rose 17.4 percent to $46.19 Wednesday after the company said product sales almost doubled in the fiscal first quarter. Shares closed the week at $49.15.


Good fit: Footwear retailer Shoe Carnival increased 22.7 percent to $20.14 Thursday after it posted a bigger profit and better sales than analysts expected. Shares closed the week at $19.15.


Feeling fit: Clothing company Lululemon climbed 7.2 percent to $61.69 Friday after its second-quarter results were better than analysts expected. Its profit and revenue forecasts suggest the athletic-inspired apparel maker may not be feeling the woes that have affected other sporting goods companies recently.