Pricey java: Keurig Green Mountain sank 9 percent Friday as investors worried that the company's new cold-drink machine is priced too high. The stock closed at $94.26.

You've got a deal: Verizon agreed to buy Internet pioneer AOL for about $4.4 billion, a 15 percent premium to its closing price on Monday. Shares in AOL jumped 19 percent to $50.64. Shares closed the week at $49.79.

Whiffed: International Flavors & Fragrances fell 3.7 percent Tuesday to $114.90, after the company warned that its earnings growth could be muted this year should the dollar's strength continue to have a negative effect on sales. The stock ended the week at $115.43.

Revenue woes: Clothing chain operator Gap and cloud computing company Rackspace Hosting each reported quarterly results Monday that were crimped by the strong U.S. dollar. Gap fell 4 percent, to $38.28, and ended the week at $38.89, while Rackspace slid 14 percent, to $45.71, closing Friday at $44.37.

Bad quarter: Depomed slumped 19 percent to $19.81 Monday after the drugmaker reported weak first-quarter results. The stock closed the week at $20.54.

Tasty shakes: Shares in Shake Shack jumped 5.2 percent, to $71.94 Thursday, a day after the burger chain raised its revenue outlook. Shares closed Friday at $69.39.

Sales slump: Kohl's dropped 12 percent, to $65.65 Thursday after the retailer reported that its first-quarter revenue fell short of Wall Street forecasts, even as the company posted a better-than-expected profit for the quarter. The stock closed Friday at $66.13.