Take a look at some of Wednesday's after-hours buzz: GPRO, PYPL, BWLD, YELP & more.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Wednesday ahead of a statement from the Fed this afternoon and more earnings.
Central bankers are expected to leave the door open for an interest rate hike in December.
Expectations are low that the Fed will provide any new policy insight next week, and focus should stay on economic reports and a flood of earnings.
With the third-quarter earnings season underway, options traders are targeting a select group of stocks they believe will post sharp moves.
Everyone from business people to celebrities has weighed in on this social network.
Amazon and Google are vying to become the Uber for handymen and capitalize on the growth of the on-demand services industry.
Jim Cramer knows that a sexy tech company might seem cool to invest in, but he warns investors to steer clear.
Consumers are able to form a perception of a business long before they set foot in the door, but they might want to think twice.
A report from U.K. news site the Mirror estimates Bono's private equity firm grossed more from investing in Facebook than the singer earned in his musical career.
Federal agencies will be joining the ranks of beauty salons, taco stands and other services reviewed on Yelp.
The government will recognize Yelp reviews of federal agencies.
CNBC "Fast Money" trader Guy Adami swaps out his trading desk for a chauffeur hat to test out life as a Lyft driver.
A look at apps that have changed the way we interact with people and the world around us. Some are empowering the on-demand generation.
Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital is making changes to his stock picks. Which were bumped and which made their way to the top?
With Costco, CVS and Walmart's photo sites going down due to cyberthreats, local retailers are picking up the business.
John Petrides, managing director & portfolio manager at Point View Wealth Management, discusses the plunge in the shares of Facebook, Twitter and Yelp overnight.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on what’s really eating Whole Foods.
Jim Cramer says Twitter & Yelp totally bombed the quarter, and it's their own darned fault.
This is the first time that a public company has said the unicorn bubble is impacting its business, Re/code reports.