An Superior Micro Gadgets pc chip.Ashley Pon | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesHere are the businesses making headlines in noon buying and selling:Tesla — Tesla shares fell greater than 5% for his or her greatest one-day decline since May as merchants booked income from a few of the best-performing stocks of 2020. The stock was additionally headed for its first consecutive weekly decline since May.Intel — Shares of the semiconductor firm sank greater than 15% after the corporate mentioned in its earnings report that its gross margin shrank and it was experiencing manufacturing delays with its next-era chips. The report led to a flurry of downgrades from analysts, together with these at Bernstein and Barclays.Honeywell — Shares of the commercial title fell greater than 2% after the corporate mentioned it expects to face ongoing gross sales challenges in sure areas of its enterprise as a result of pandemic. The feedback got here through the firm’s second-quarter earnings launch. Honeywell reported an adjusted revenue of $1.26 per share, which topped Street expectations, with income additionally coming in forward of estimates.Superior Micro Gadgets — The chipmaker’s stock jumped 16% after rival Intel mentioned it was experiencing product delays. AMD is already promoting 7-nanometer processors, whereas Intel mentioned it’s delaying its model by about six months.Boston Beer Co. — Boston Beer rallied greater than 20% in noon buying and selling after the corporate reported greater than doubled the consensus earnings estimate of $2.43 per share. The brewer reported second-quarter earnings of $4.88 per share. The Sam Adams father or mother bested gross sales forecasts as properly, aided by a surge in at-home demand for its merchandise regardless of widespread bar and restaurant closures.Beneath Armour — Shares of the athletic attire firm added 2% after Deutsche Bank penned a “catalyst name purchase” on the stock. The brokerage wrote that Beneath Armour will proceed to see higher income as customers pursue more healthy life and brick-and-mortar places reopen.Mattel — Mattel was down about 5% in noon buying and selling regardless of better-than-expected monetary figures. The corporate mentioned Thursday night that it misplaced 26 cents per share for its newest quarter, smaller than the 34 cents a share loss that Wall Street was anticipating. Gross sales have been additionally higher than anticipated due to energy in Mattel’s flagship Barbie model, which grew up 35%.— CNBC’s Jesse Pound, Fred Imbert and Pippa Stevens contributed reporting.