Dave and Buster’s traded more than 8 percent higher Wednesday after reporting better-than-expected quarterly results.
Shares of Delta Air Lines briefly fell more than 2 percent after CFO Paul Jacobson delivered bearish remarks.
Verifone is taking a beating because of this, and its latest quarterly results show that, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Nearly half of the unemployed have quit looking for work and the numbers are even worse for the long-term jobless.
LendingClub shares jump after reports of tighter lending practices and a possible takeover bid by ousted CEO Renaud Laplanche.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
One key for markets Wednesday is expected to be JOLTs, or job opening and labor turnover survey, an indicator closely watched by the Fed.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Under Armour, Dave & Buster's, Verifone and more.
Shares of SodaStream gained after reports that Keurig was discontinuing its Kold product line and laying off employees.
If Fed policy was a fairy tale, the title might be "The Central Bank That Cried Wolf."
Elliott has taken a large position in PulteGroup and that the firm has told the company of its stake, sources told CNBC.
Buy-and-hold stock specialist Ron Baron says investors can learn as much, if not more, from their mistakes than their successes.
Shares of Alexion fell nearly 12 percent Monday after the pharmaceutical company said it missed its goal in a late-stage trial of the drug Solaris.
GoDaddy's stock fell about 3 percent after Citi analysts downgraded the stock, citing its valuation.
Ralph Lauren dropped about 7 percent in early Tuesday trading after releasing a restructuring that would lead to job cuts.
Shares of online real estate firm Zillow spiked nearly 10 percent in the premarket.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's early movers: RL, HTZ, ZG, GDDY, BIIB, VRX & more
Billionaire long-term investor Ron Baron says Tesla could be a stock he owns for the next 10 to 20 years.
Billionaire buy-and-hold investor Ron Baron said Tuesday stocks are cheap because people are still afraid to put money in the market in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
Digital technology has become more pervasive on the industrial side of the economy, and GE has been in the forefront.
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