Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Google, LinkedIn, Mattel, AIG and more.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this retail play that prompted Cramer to change his stance.
These sectors will suffer the most in the declining Chinese market, according to this expert.
Fairchild Semiconductor said Tuesday it has received an unsolicited bid to buy all of its outstanding common stock for $21.70 per share.
This dividend health rating system predicts which dividends are likely to rise or fall. Which stocks made the cut?
ON Semiconductor said it would buy Fairchild Semiconductor in a $2.4 billion deal, the latest in a rapidly consolidating semiconductor industry.
Take a look at some of Monday's after-hours buzz: IACI, EW, CAKE, BRCM & more
With a week to go in October, Wall Street has, thus far, had its best month in four years. This week's big drivers include the Fed's two-day meeting and the continued flood of profit reports.
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.
Dialog Semiconductor agreed to buy U.S. peer Atmel for about $4.6 billion, as the company seeks to expand its industrial product portfolio.
As a China economic slowdown finally gets confirmed by hard data, there are some U.S. stocks you simply don't want in your portfolio.
Apple suppliers have been moving in tandem with Apple the past few days, and analyst Romit Shah thinks it's time to snap some of them up.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: LinkedIn, Amgen, FireEye & more.
Jim Cramer gives his take at rapid speed for caller favorite stocks, including this top airline stock.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their final trades of the show.
Mergers and acquisitions worldwide in the second quarter of 2015 almost matched the record set in the second quarter of 2007.
Semiconductor stocks have slid 6 percent in June. Here's what's behind the weakness.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich explains why the chipmaker wants Altera and whether another acquisition is on the horizon.
Intel is running into technological limitations that Altera's intellectual property can potentially solve, David Garrity tells CNBC.
Chipmaker giant Intel has agreed to buy Altera for $54 a share, or about $16.7 billion, in an all-cash transaction.