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After a dismal week for retail earnings, Dana Telsey, CEO of Telsey Advisory Group, says consumers are spending money on experiences, not things.
Intuit's stock slid Wednesday despite the financial software firm's better-than-expected quarterly results the previous night.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: HP, PVH, Guess, NetApp and more.
Salesforce.com shares climbed to a record as investors bet on the cloud software vendor to keep taking market share.
Facebook was the top buy for hedge funds in the first quarter; Apple was the top sell.
Minimum wage hikes could lead to higher menu prices at McDonald's as franchisees push back against corporate, Morningstar's R.J. Hottovy tells CNBC.
Apple's stock rose about 1.5 percent, putting it on track to do something it hasn't done in over a month.
Shares of Express fell about 10 percent Wednesday after reporting disappointing quarterly result and lower full-year guidance.
Shares of Nimble Storage surged nearly 25 percent after reporting first-quarter results that topped Wall Street expectations.
Both Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Computer Sciences will benefit greatly from their new deal, HPE CEO Meg Whitman says.
Yield-seeking investors are only beginning to turn to equities, says "Wizard of Wharton" Jeremy Siegel. He explains what that may mean for the market.
While regulators and legislators try reduce the footprint of domestic institutions. American banks continue to lag.
Minority shareholders of Exxon can now nominate outsiders to the company's board.
AT&T put in a bid for Yahoo's core business and is still in the race, according to a Bloomberg report citing sources.
Scott Brown, Raymond James chief economist, tells CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" why even slow moves historically cause market ripples.
Big banks have social media teams to rival newsrooms’ staffing abilities—and budgets.
Alibaba fell more than 6 percent after the firm said the Securities Exchange Commission was looking into its accounting practices.
Dennis Gartman, the founder and publisher of the Gartman Letter, told CNBC on Wednesday that Monday and Tuesday's market gains could continue for the next couple of weeks.
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