Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Facebook, AT&T, Gilead & more.
Gilead Sciences delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
Facebook reported earnings and revenue that beat estimates in the second quarter, thanks to its robust mobile ad business.
The federal government says 10.3 million adults have become newly insured since the launch of Obamacare last fall.
As Bill Ackman said Herbalife needs to be shut down, the stock soared. Here's how much he may have lost in options alone.
Pershing Square Capital Management clients aren't very concerned about Herbalife's big gain yesterday.
I would bet inflationistas a truckload of scarce limes that inflation pressures are temporary and inflation is about to fall, says Ron Insana.
A former Jefferies Group managing director convicted of defrauding investors was sentenced to two years in prison.
Moody's downgraded the general obligation bonds of Atlantic City, New Jersey to "junk," citing the casino town's declining tax base.
AT&T on Wednesday reported a slight miss on earnings and revenue for the quarter.
Though Apple posted profits that beat expectations, investor Roger McNamee found reason to throw cold water on the tech giant.
Summer associates on Wall Street are no doubt learning a lesson this week about how to think like a trader when the world is on fire.
When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid went "nuclear" last winter, he just might have saved a major part of Obamacare from a huge challenge it faces.
Even with this week's weakness, Amazon.com stock has been outperforming rival retailers though it will likely face a fairly volatile trading day after it reports.
A Ukrainian rebel leader said that pro-Russian rebels had missiles of the type the U.S. says shot down a commercial plane.
General Motors announced on Wednesday six more safety recalls on 717,950 U.S. vehicles.
Puma Biotechnology's experimental breast cancer drug met its main goal in a late-stage trial, but the options market is sensing something funky.
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Global conflicts are going to sustain defense spending by governments, which will benefit defense contractors, one analyst said.
Millennials are keenly focused on trying to take control of their own financial destiny.