Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday.
Analysts' opinions vary greatly over how much influence electric vehicles will have on drivers and automakers.
At a dinner for media, McDonald's offered fine cuisine dishes as part of a campaign to shake its reputation for serving cheap, unhealthy food.
In fact, 14% of people ages 65 and older have nothing saved, but experts say there's no time like the present to start.
Professionals who want a career change are lining up to learn coding, and a slew of companies have popped up to meet this booming demand.
Community Health Systems said a group believed to be operating out of China attacked its hospitals, affecting 4.5 million patients. Re/code reports.
Raising a child is more expensive in the city—and the extra costs aren't just for private school tuition and nannies.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry still looks strong for 2016 despite a phony Democratic indictment, says Larry Kudlow.
Ten years after the search giant's IPO, CNBC looks at where some high-ranking Googlers have landed in the tech industry and beyond.
Junk bonds remain a solid investment for the time being, BlackRock's Jim Keenan says.
This group is the point of the spear against Islamic extremism. So why is the US ignoring them?, asks David Phillips.
Imagine testing a new tattoo before committing or trying on a new outfit without taking off your clothes.
Fugitive Vice President Tarek al-Hashemi warns that U.S. air strikes would do nothing to end the violence.
The US Treasury will need time to weigh potential actions to discourage companies from reducing their taxes by moving to other countries.
Investment managers love bets made by both billionaire activists, according to a new analysis of top hedge fund stock positions.
The Sultan of Brunei dismissed reports that he had made a bid for New York's Plaza Hotel, Dream Hotel and London's Grosvenor House hotel.
Flying over the next 25 years will improve not only for the folks with deep pockets.
As oil slides, energy stocks are badly underperforming the S&P. But investors could be getting this trade all wrong.
Billionaire Ron Perelman is suing gallery owner Larry Gagosian over an April 2011 agreement to sell a piece of artwork.
Armed robbers attacked a Saudi Arabian prince's convoy in Paris, taking around $335,000 in cash and some sensitive documents.