Joy Global and Biogen climb; Intel and Union Pacific slide

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

Intel Corp., down $1.42 to $34.27

The chipmaker reported a sharp drop in quarterly profit and its sales fell short of analyst projections.

Joy Global Inc., up $4.65 to $28.20

The mining equipment company agreed to be bought by Japanese machinery maker Komatsu for $3.7 billion, or $28.30 per share.

United Rentals Inc., up $6.39 to $76.25

The equipment rental company’s results were better than expected and it forecast a smaller decrease in rental rates.

General Motors Co., up 54 cents to $32.03

The automaker posted its biggest profit since its return from bankruptcy, and it raised its guidance for the year.

Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc., down 33 cents to $46.74

The company posted disappointing revenue as it sells some stores and tries to shake up its menu.

Relypsa Inc., up $11.85 to $31.95

The potassium disorder drugmaker agreed to be bought by Galenica Group of Switzerland for $32 per share, or about $1.43 billion.

Biogen Inc., up $20.04 to $282.45

The drugmaker announced strong quarterly results backed by sales of some of its newest multiple sclerosis and hemophilia treatments.

Union Pacific Corp., down $3.19 to $90.93

The railroad reported lower revenue than expected as it hauled less freight, with volumes falling in almost every category.