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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Fitbit, Zulily, Herbalife & more.
Herbalife, the embattled nutrition and supplement company, posted higher-than-expected earnings and also raised its guidance for the year.
CBS beat sales and profit expectations, but all its major segments, with the exception of cable, saw revenue declines.
As Puerto Rican debt grows riskier, investors seeking high yield should seek out individual projects, a top bond analyst said.
Dueling Fed comments and conflicting anecdotes about the jobs market are dovish one minute, hawkish the next. The bond market is tethered to Fed policy.
A new company, Upstart, is issuing credit based on factors such as GPA and SAT scores, but will it lead to lending discrimination?
After falling sharply over the past few weeks, Apple shares are attracting short-term bulls in the options market.
Netflix is expensive, but it's poised for margin and revenue growth and has more leverage with studios than ever, RBC Capital's Mark Mahaney said.
Matt Hougan offers five cheap ETFs and their prospects for the year ahead.
Americans like to eat, drink and ... buy organic. You can see those habits paying off—at least for some consumer staples stocks.
Apple is in correction territory and gets a new downgrade, but one analyst says investors may not want to rush for the exit.
Companies that hit the sweet spot in China's changing growth landscape are the place to be now, not some of the former favorites, analysts say.
When the summer heats up, the market cools down. August has historically been the worst month of the year for the S&P 500. Here's how to trade it.
Of course, the popcorn matters, but it's really more about the branding and the relationship of the customer to the product.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch downgraded shares of Apple to a hold on Wednesday, becoming one of the few bears on the stock.
Auto analyst Colin Langan of UBS says Tesla's quarter could disappoint investors.
The electric car company is set to announce results, and some options traders are getting nervous.
As commodities tumble to new lows, one expert warns that the plunge is signaling a stock market correction.
The S&P 500 may not hit 3,200 by 2017 as predicted by Laszlo Birinyi, but the bull market may last another five years, Ed Keon said.
Retail investors appear to have doubled down on oil as prices for the commodity approach a six-year low.