Hilton's large asset holdings and better valued competitors could undermine its long term potential, two hotel industry analysts told CNBC on Thursday.» Read More
Companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Tapering of QE might not affect emerging markets much, Gemma Godfrey of Brooks Macdonald Asset Management says.
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Twitter belongs in the same category as Amazon and Netflix as companies that don't follow the same rules as other corporations, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday.
Will Hilton pop on its market debut? Feelings about the stock are mixed, but it has a lot of things going for it.
Shares of Hilton, the world's largest hotel operator, rose 7 percent in their New York Stock Exchange debut on Thursday.
MasterCard stock is splitting, but don't expect too many other companies to follow suit.
After talking with Home Depot CEO Frank Blake, Cramer said, “I don’t think the run is over.”
Hilton Worldwide raised roughly $2.34 billion in its IPO on Wednesday after pricing shares toward the high end of the range.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital analyst, weighs in on Facebook's move to the S&P 500. He says the move is 1 of 3 catalysts for the social media site.
Had you put money to work in this stock, you’d be sitting pretty right about now.
The market dropped for a second day on Wednesday with selling accelerating into the close. That's bad, isn't it?
The budget deal in D.C. could end up crushing gold—here's why.
Chinese IPOs heat up...again! Massive growth potential, dissipated transparency issues, and a batch of positive deals have all helped.
S&P 500 ends at a historic high as stocks stage slow, steady climb higher. The problem: stocks have stalled around these levels.
Costco Wholesale reported a first-quarter profit and sales that fell short of analysts' estimates, hurt by a rise in operating expenses.
This a high-quality IPO week. The list of companies going public includes come well-known names: Hilton and AMC Entertainment.
Companies that are making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
MasterCard raised its quarterly dividend by 83 percent and announced a new billion-dollar share buyback program. Shares rose in after-hours trade.