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Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
Apple CEO Tim Cook still thinks David Einhorn's lawsuit against the company is a "silly sideshow" but is "seriously considering" returning cash to shareholders.
Flowers Foods Inc is set to buy Hostess Brands Inc's bread brands including Wonder bread for $360 million, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, giving the No. 2 U.S. baking company a bigger slice of the fast-consolidating bread business.
With the Federal Reserve's bond-buying program artificially pushing up stock and bond prices, Pimco's Bill Gross told CNBC investors can get the best returns in emerging markets.
Priceline.com will invest in Asia and Latin America to take advantage of growth opportunities, CEO Jeffery Boyd told CNBC on Wednesday.
Stock-index performance has been a poor predictor of forex moves lately, but one strategist says that's about to change.
Three retailers report Thursday: Gap, Kohl's, and Sears and of the three, Gap is the one that has been clicking.
An open letter to Apple from Oliver Pursche, shareholder.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
One retailer holds some opportunity, OptionMonster co-founder Pete Najarian says.
New Jersey became the second state to approve online gambling, with Gov. Chris Christie approving a bill this week. This stocks may benefit.
The online travel market is "huge, growing and not saturated to any degree at all," said a top analyst at Piper Jaffray.
Dollar Tree, known for selling a large selection of products for $1 or less, had produced higher than predicted quarterly profits this year.
Following an unconfirmed report that upscale retailer Coach is exploring a sale of itself, the company's shares rose in early trade.
Forty eight hours from the sequester, and markets are calm.
Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell Wednesday:
The recent market sell-off has brought materials stocks lower, and now they're gaining some attention.
This is a link to a Bankrate.com story.
This week's sharp rebound in the yen suggests the currency's steep downtrend that began in November on the back of calls for aggressive monetary easing in Japan may well be over as uncertainty and fear return to the market