Tiffany & Co. posted quarter results that missed expectations Thursday, pushing shares of the jewelry retailer lower in premarket trading.» Read More
The parent of KFC and Pizza Hut missed earnings estimates, but its China sales topped estimates.
Keurig Green Mountain shares reeled after the company reported quarterly revenue that fell short of Wall Street expectations.
The results did not meet Wall Street expectations, and its shares dropped in premarket trade.
Gilead Sciences posted strong sales of its hepatitis C drugs Harvoni and Sovaldi, sending its net profit up more than four-fold for the quarter.
A crackdown in corruption in China that has hushed the once frenzied Macau casino business took its toll on Wynn Resorts in the fourth quarter.
Automatic Data Processing on Wednesday reported fiscal second-quarter profit of $331.5 million.
Whirlpool on Wednesday said its fourth-quarter profit fell due to costs from recent acquisitions, but excluding costs, the results beat expectations.
Take-Two said it now expects adjusted revenue of $1.65 billion to $1.70 billion, up from its previous forecast of $1.4 billion to $1.5 billion.
Macy's announced on Tuesday that is would purchase beauty products retailer Bluemercury for $210 million.
Shares of Myriad Genetics plunged a day after the genetic test maker chopped its fiscal year forecast due to reimbursement delays.
Shares of GlaxoSmithKline jumped on Wednesday, despite the company posting a 3 percent fall in full-year revenue.
General Motors on Wednesday posted fourth-quarter earnings far above analysts' expectations even as recall costs hit North American profit margins.
Merck said the U.S. FDA intends to rescind its "breakthrough" designation for its experimental combination treatment for hep C.
Humana said that profit fell as it invested in the Obamacare health exchanges and health contracts, and paid for costly hepatitis C treatments.
Shares in LVMH jumped more than 7 percent after the French luxury giant posted stronger-than-expected fourth-quarter sales growth.
Disney blew past Wall Street's expectations Tuesday, reporting adjusted earnings of $1.27 a share on revenue of $13.39 billion.
Sony said its net loss for 2014 was likely to be less as cost cuts and higher-than-expected sales helped lift its Q3 profit.
Toyota Motor lifted its operating profit guidance by 8 percent as a weaker yen increases the value of sales overseas and makes up for Japan's slump.
Chipotle's comparable restaurant sales soared 16.1 percent but failed to meet Wall Street's sky-high expectations Tuesday.
United Parcel Service's net profit of $1.15 billion was down nearly 2 percent from $1.17 billion a year earlier.