Broadcom and Goldman rise while General Dynamics slips

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday:

Broadcom Ltd., up $9.06 to $262.84

The Wall Street Journal reported that Intel might make an offer for Broadcom.

Goldman Sachs Group Inc., up $2.61 to $273.38

The investment bank said one of its co-presidents will retire, paving the way for David Solomon to become its next CEO.

DowDuPont Inc., down 89 cents to $71.34

The chemicals company said CEO Andrew Liveris will retire in July.

Oclaro Inc., up $2.16 to $10.01

The optical components company agreed to be bought by Lumentum Holdings for $9.99 a share, or $1.69 billion.

Johnson Controls International PLC, up 16 cents to $38.70

The company said it will sell a business that makes batteries for vehicles.

General Dynamics Corp., down $5.31 to $224.64

Industrial companies headed lower after a big rally last week.

Charter Communications Inc., up $11.63 to $359.22

The Sunday Times reported that Japanese technology conglomerate Softbank bought a stake in the cable company.

Deckers Outdoor Corp., down $7.22 to $90.28

Marcato Capital Management, which had owned an 8.5 percent stake in the shoe company, said it no longer owns any stock.