Travelers–The insurance company reported second quarter profit of $1.93 per share, 14 cents below estimates, though revenue beat forecasts. Travelers' results were impacted by catastrophe losses that were higher than the prior year.
United Technologies–The company's second quarter profit came in 13 cents above estimates at $1.84 per share, with revenue beating estimates as well. United Technologies also raised the lower end of its 2014 earnings forecast, and is seeing its profit margins expand compared to a year ago.
Altria–The tobacco producer fell shy of estimates by a penny with second quarter profit of 65 cents per share, excluding certain items, with revenue essentially in line.
CIT Group–CIT is buying the parent company of privately held OneWest Bank for $3.4 billion in cash and stock.
Netflix–The streaming media company reported second quarter earnings of $1.15 per share, a penny below expectations. It also warned that its move to expand internationally would hurt third quarter profits. However, profit did more than double from a year earlier, and the company topped the 50 million subscriber mark after adding 1.69 million subscribers during the second quarter.
Chipotle Mexican Grill—The restaurant chain earned $3.50 per share for the second quarter, compared to estimates of $3.08, with revenue also well above estimates.Chipotle also boosted its sales forecast.
Amazon.com–The stock was downgraded to "neutral" from "buy" at Citigroup, which cites the retailer's aggressive investments which will hurt near-term earnings.
Texas Instruments–Texas Instruments reported second quarter profit of 62 cents per share, three cents above estimates. The chipmaker also said third quarter revenue should be higher, as demand for chips in automobiles and communications equipment grows.
Apple –The tech giant is asking suppliers to produce up to 80 million large-screen iPhones, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Time Warner–The company has moved to temporarily bar shareholders from calling special meetings, as it fends off a potential takeover attempt by 21st Century Fox. The media giant had previously approached Time Warner with an offer, but was rebuffed.
Yahoo–The Internet giant will buy mobile analytics firm Flurry for an amount said to be more than $300 million. Flurry's technology helps target consumers ads by analyzing user activity on mobile apps.
Johnson & Johnson–Johnson & Johnson announced a $5 billion stock buyback program.
Express– CEO Michael Weiss will retire in January, with President David Kornberg taking over as CEO of the apparel retailer.
Apache–Apache is on today's watch list after activist investor Jana Partners took a stake of more than $1 billion in the oil and gas producer.
Kindred Healthcare–Kindred told Gentiva Health Services it is prepared to match a $17.25 per share takeover offer put forth by an unnamed party a week ago.
Credit Suisse–The bank posted its biggest quarterly loss since the 2008 financial crisis, following the nearly $1.8 billion tax settlement with the U.S. government.
Starbucks, Burger King–The two have been hit by the China supplier scandal that has affected McDonald's and Yum Brands. The two had products supplied by Shanghai Husi Food Co, which was accused of selling expired meat to its customers.
Wal-Mart–The retail giant has instituted price cuts on various back-to-school season items, and is also increasing the number of back-to-school products available on its Walmart.com website.
—By CNBC's Peter Schacknow
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