Companies making headlines after the bell Monday:
Discussing the rise of craft brews and consolidation in the beer sector, with Jeff Cioletti, Beverage World Magazine editor-in-chief.
As CEO of his own soon-to-be public company, Bill Ackman will use a dual share-class structure that has been considered unfriendly to investors.
There are 19 eligible claims for a person who died in a defective GM vehicle—and that number is likely to go higher.
Chinese stocks listed in the U.S. fell during Monday trading in reaction to the weekend's poor economic data from China.
Art Cashin of UBS says investors are repositioning themselves ahead of Alibaba's IPO Friday.
Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus demand hit a record 4 million in the first day of preorders, the kind of demand Samsung likely envies, an expert said.
A ferocious hurricane slammed an upscale Mexican resort early Monday with 125 mph winds and six months’ rain in just one hour.
Should Amazon.com buy RadioShack or Best Buy? Bob Peck and Herb Greenberg debate it.
Brazilian designer Aline Darc Piculo dos Santos won an award for her lingerie concept that illuminates when touched.
Though Alibaba is seeking a valuation of as much as $162.7 billion, one stock market pro thinks it could fetch up to $240 billion.
The season will be "decent" but new Apple products will take business away from traditional mall retailers, one analyst said.
America Movil is pushing to sell some assets for at least $20 billion, a source told CNBC.
Government demands for user information in criminal cases rose 15 percent in the first half of 2014, Google said.
After Urban Outfitters's apparently faux-bloody Kent State sweatshirt, Carole Roth draws the line between humor and bad taste.
Stock market strategist Thomas Lee says there's plenty of proof the bull market still has several years to go.
Microsoft's $2.5 billion Mojang acquisition might seem like an odd fit to some, but it could be a key strategic move for the tech behemoth.
The e-commerce giant won't be included in the biggest exchange-traded funds that normally would list a company like Alibaba.
The rudest drivers in the US have been judged, according to a report by Insure.com. Plan your commute accordingly.
Yet another high-profile Silicon Valley venture capitalist is warning investment in the tech world could be getting a bit ahead of itself.