Hershey and Starz climb, Deutsche Bank and Pier 1 fall

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Thursday:

Hershey Co., up $16.35 to $113.49

The chocolate maker said its board had rejected a $107-per-share takeover offer from rival Mondelez.

Starz, up $1.67 to $29.92

Lions Gate Entertainment is buying the cable channel operator for $4.4 billion.

Deutsche Bank AG, down 36 cents to $13.73

The Federal Reserve rejected the dividend and stock buyback plans of the bank’s U.S. business after it failed a “stress test.” Inc., up $3.21 to $11.68

The company, which runs an online service to help people find and manage family care, received a $46 million investment from Google Capital.

Darden Restaurants Inc., down $2.62 to $63.34

The parent company of the Olive Garden reported weak sales and gave a profit forecast that fell short of estimates.

Pier 1 Imports Inc., down 30 cents to $5.14

The home decor retailer disclosed weaker-than-expected quarterly results.

InterOil Corp., up $2.94 to $45

The oil and gas company, which agreed to be acquired by Oil Search earlier this year, said it received another offer.

Tractor Supply Co., down $3.99 to $91.18

The retailer for farmers and ranchers forecast weak second-quarter results and cut its estimates for the year.