Stocks finished flat after hugging the flatline for most of the session in lackluster trading Thursday, as disappointing economic data from the euro zone overshadowed optimism over an upbeat jobless claims report and a flurry of M&A announcements.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
CBS is reporting Q4 earnings per share of $0.64, and revenue of $3.70 billion, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
U.S. stock index futures shaved some losses Thursday after a better-than-expected jobless claims report and a batch of M&A announcements, but a disappointing reading on the European economy put a damper on gains.
Even though 73 percent of the S&P 500 components have reported quarterly earnings, Thursday will be an active day for quarterly reports.
It's pure speculation on his part. But, Apple may be holding onto all the cash for a fantastic reason, said Cramer.
A version of a commercial from SodaStream International was not televised during Super Bowl Sunday. The more aggressive ad, which features Coca-Cola and Pepsi bottles exploding, is instead going viral on YouTube.
Beyond wagering on traditional point spreads, gamblers these days can choose to put money down on hundreds of obscure and sometimes ridiculous bets listed on sportsbooks for the Super Bowl.
Call them super leaks or super teasers. For a growing number of Super Bowl advertisers, they are super smart business.
CBS has filed an amended lawsuit against Dish Network accusing the No. 2 U.S. satellite TV company of concealing material facts about its ad-skipping technology during contract negotiations in 2011.
Stocks ended sharply higher Thursday, as Wall Street cheered a pair of encouraging data and largely shrugged off weakness in financials.
CBS shares shot higher Thursday on the company's announcement Wednesday afternoon about its plans to spin off its billboard business. Here's how the move will unlock value for shareholders.
CBS' stock rocketed on Thursday, as investors applauded the media company's move to convert its outdoor advertising business to a real estate investment trust, while divesting itself of its international portfolio.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CBS has been extremely active recently, and the bulls came back yesterday.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday.
On Monday, Nielsen and Twitter announced a new rating which aims to give programmers and advertisers more information about the so-called "second screen"—i.e. all that tweeting about television shows on Twitter.
With interest rates being held near zero, equities are the last bastion of positive real returns for scores of investors. TheStreet.com details five stocks to soar.
President Barack Obama is not ready to accept a new offer from the Republicans to raise taxes on top earners in exchange for major cuts in entitlement programs, a source said late on Saturday.
Under a new deal, Disney will provide first-run motion pictures to Netflix. Here's why it sounds like a terrible idea. TheStreet.com reports.