Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Pandora, Starbucks, Visa & more.
Amazon.com posted a loss that was wider than Wall Street expectations Thursday, sending shares lower in extended-hours trading.
States might need to spend only hundreds of dollars or less to protect Obamacare subsidies for residents currently enrolled in HealthCare.gov plans.
One trader turned $7,500 into $250,000 in just hours. So was it dumb luck—or something more sinister?
The Seattle-based coffee company posted fiscal third-quarter earnings of 67 cents per share on $4.14 billion in revenue.
A once-obscure tax dodge known as a corporate "inversion" is turning the tax reform debate upside down. Here's what you need to know.
Visa Inc, the world's largest credit and debit card company, reported an 11 percent rise in quarterly profit.
A rising hedge fund star thinks that MannKind is so over-hyped that the health-care company's stock will fall 90 percent.
Apple could be "obsolete" in three years, due to increasing competition in the technology sector, one analyst told CNBC.
Surely Congress didn't mean to include a "poison pill" for the Affordable Care Act when it passed it, says law professor Tim Jost.
Insiders at Zillow and Trulia sold shares aggressively before news of a potential merger broke Thursday, according to filings.
Does Instagram have a Snapchat competitor up its sleeve?
A trading suspension in the stock of Cynk Technology ends late on Thursday, but do not expect to see the stock trading again on Friday.
Pandora reported a 38 percent rise in quarterly revenue.
CRE, one of the worst of the superbugs, is spreading in some hospitals, and there's worry that cases are under-reported.
The US says Russia was firing artillery across the border into Ukraine to target Ukrainian military positions.
A more than eight-year low in jobless claims is the latest evidence that hiring is picking up, but whether companies are willing to spend is another matter.
The chief investment strategist at the world's largest asset manager says investors need to buy some protection right now.
President Obama may want to end tax inversions, but one economist says this is why the president probably won't accomplish it.
Mark Zuckerberg held preliminary talks with Uber about possibly integrating the rideshare service with Facebook Messenger. Re/Code reports.