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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: CBS, Pandora, Twitter, FireEye and more.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 4 trades in tech amidst the market turmoil.
Greylock Capital's Hans Humes and Adviser Investments' Jim Lowell discuss swings in a fear-driven market presenting investing opportunities.
U.S. Olympians heading to Rio to get expert advice on the Zika virus ahead of the Summer Games, an end to the Oregon standoff as last occupiers surrender, manslaughter charges raised in connection with 2015 Manhattan gas explosion, and scientists announce discovery of gravitational waves.
CNBC's Melissa Lee reports on S&P 500 market cap losses as investors flock to safety.
Seth Masters, AB Berstein, discusses all aspects of the market as he shares his his market outlook with the Power Lunch panel.
Global markets are just plain scared about many things but perhaps the biggest fear is that the world's central banks are no longer able to rescue them.
CNBC's Senior Markets Commentator Mike Santoli explains why he thinks the S&P 500 hasn't completely registered economic concerns overseas.
Fed Chairman Janet Yellen says oil prices and the strength of the dollar has helped hold down inflation.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at the markets including how European banks and U.S. regional banks are pulling on markets, materials companies looking at dividend cuts, and the increase in buybacks by major companies.
With the release of strong Q4 earnings, PepsiCo CFO and Vice Chairman Hugh Johnston believes that the company has seen remarkable balance even with challenges in developing and emerging markets.
With stock futures plunging ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen's second day of testimony to Congress, CNBC's Jim Cramer gives his thoughts about what the senators should be asking her today and what the market needs her to say.
Weakness in stock markets is spreading, but the selling could end soon, Kristina Hooper says.
Robert Michele, J.P. Morgan, and Phil Orlando, Federated Investors, weigh in on Janet Yellen's testimony and signals the Fed is sending to the market. I think things have gotten out of control, says Michele.
After stocks lost early gains Wednesday, futures were pointing to sharp losses at the US open. The rout has already started in the global markets.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a look at five possible reasons for market volatility.
Didier Duret, global CIO of ABN Amro Private Banking, says we are not in a systemic risk environment and the situation is manageable.
European stocks opened sharply lower on Thursday as investors digest comments made by U.S. Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen.
Eric Robertsen, head of global macro strategy and FX research at Standard Chartered, says the lack of inflation is a problem for the Federal Reserve.
Maurice Levy, CEO of Publicis, says there is more pressure now to cut costs and reduce fees, due to the impact of digital and greater competition.