Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
DPL Inc., up $2.58 at $30.17
Global power company AES Corp. said it will buy regional power company DPL Inc. for about $3.5 billion in cash.
Rio Tinto PLC, up $1.81 at $71.84
The mining company said Brazil's CSN has accepted its takeover offer of the company's coal producer, Riversdale Mining Ltd.
AT&T Inc., down 18 cents at $30.13
The telecommunications company added just 62,000 net new subscribers on contract-based plans in the first quarter, a record low.
Wells Fargo & Co., down $1.24 at $28.83
First-quarter income at the bank rose, but revenue fell as higher interest rates resulted in a sharp decline in new mortgages.
Hanesbrands Inc., up $1.85 at $30.99
The maker of Hanes and Playtex underwear said that charging more for its products boosted its first-quarter revenue.
United Technologies Corp., up $3.54 at $85.90
The industrial conglomerate's first-quarter profit jumped 17 percent and orders climbed for many of its businesses.
VMware Inc., up $11.93 at $97.90
High demand for the software company's products helped it post a 60 percent jump in its first-quarter earnings.
Intel Corp., up $1.55 at $21.41
First-quarter net income at the chip maker jumped 29 percent as corporate demand for new PCs led to higher sales of its chips.