Long Island companies whose stocks moved significantly during the week ending Sept. 16, 2011.
$10.00 (week's change: +18.5%)
return since IPO: -25.9%
Goldman Sachs added the manufacturer of integrated circuits and high-tech test and measurement equipment to its "Conviction Buy" list with a price target of $15 a share.
$22.63 (week's change: +14.9%)
52-week return: +11.9%
Shares had their second-best week in 17 months after the chip maker said its entertainment networking technology will be used in Mercedes-Benz redesigned M-Class model.
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