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United Technologies cut its full-year outlook because of the negative impact of a stronger dollar as the U.S. conglomerate reported higher earnings.
Novartis forecast sales and profits to grow at a faster pace this year driven by recent drug successes and its portfolio overhaul.
Siemens CEO has defended the company's decision to enter the U.S. shale space last year, as the group reported a steep drop in profit.
Bristol-Myers Squibb reported higher-than-expected earnings, helped by strong sales of its hepatitis C drugs and its Eliquis blood clot preventer.
3M on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter profit of $1.18 billion.
Microsoft reported quarterly earnings that met analysts' expectations on Monday.
Mattel said Chief Executive Bryan Stockton has resigned, and warned preliminary fourth-quarter results will fall short of expectations.
W.W. Grainger on Monday reported fourth-quarter net income of $148.8 million.
D.R. Horton reported a higher-than-expected 37 percent jump in quarterly revenue as it delivered more homes.
Citizens Financial Group on Monday reported fourth-quarter net income of $197 million.
Norfolk Southern expects a solid U.S. economy to boost its business in 2015 but said it was too early to gauge the impact of lower energy prices.
Roper Industries on Monday reported fourth-quarter net income of $185.9 million.
Seagate Technology's revenue forecast for the current quarter fell well short of analyst estimates, largely due to weakness in Europe.
The five giants of U.S. technology are slated to report quarterly results next week. Investors are surprisingly skeptical.
Stocks have been off to a rocky start, but that is now starting to change as we enter the heart of earnings season.
UPS shares plunged in premarket trading after the company warned profits for the fourth quarter would come in well less than Wall Street expected.
UPS' latest fourth-quarter guidance brings the company's leadership into question, according to CNBC's Jim Cramer.
GE posted a rise in profit, helped by its units selling power-generating turbines and jet engines, although sales in its oil and gas unit slumped.
McDonald's reported a smaller-than-expected fall in sales and announced its lowest capital spending budget in more than five years.
Honeywell reported better-than-expected profit, on higher sales at its division that makes sensors, safety systems and air conditioning equipment.