U.S. luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers reported a 40 percent rise in quarterly profit as it sold more homes and said its orders jumped 26 percent. » Read More
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Wal-Mart reported fiscal first-quarter earnings before the bell Thursday that beat Street estimates, but revenue fell short. » Read More
Allergan reported a bigger second-quarter loss as its Alzheimer's drug, Namenda IR, lost patent exclusivity.
Tyson Foods shares rose after it posted strong third-quarter earnings, helped in part by lower costs for feed and livestock.
Sotheby's surged as quarterly results top expectations.
Quarterly profit rose 25%, helped by results from insurance underwriting and investments and the purchase of Precision Castparts.
Nu Skin shares climbed following the company's revenue and earnings beat along with raised guidance.
Shares of Lions Gate Entertainment climbed 10 percent in intraday trade after the company posted better-than-expected earnings.
As video games become more like spectator sports, Wall Street could be reaping the gains, an analyst told CNBC.
Kraft Heinz rose as much as 4.5 percent after the company increased its quarterly dividend beat earnings expectations.
LinkedIn on Thursday reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations.
Shares of MetLife plunged more than 8.5 percent Thursday after reporting earnings well below expectations and a $2 billion charge.
Shares of Toyota Motor rose after reporting earnings and raising the sales growth forecast for North America, its largest export market.
Square shares gained 13 percent on Thursday, building on an after-hours boost from its Wednesday earnings report.
Shares of Party City leaped more than 7 percent in morning trade Thursday after reporting earnings per share that doubled year-over-year.
Shares of Chesapeake Energy fell 3 percent Thursday after the natural gas producer raised its asset sales target.
Viacom earnings got a boost from higher license fees and theatrical revenue at its movie business.
Kellogg sales dropped 6.6 percent, as demand slid further for its breakfast foods and snacks, which include Corn Flakes and Froot Loops.
Restaurant Brands International reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Time Inc. reported lower-than-expected quarterly revenue as higher digital advertising revenue failed to make up for a fall in income from print ads.
Adidas reported an improvement in second-quarter sales and margins at the golf business it is trying to sell.
The electric car maker says it is seeing increases in demand for its vehicles, and plans for its Model 3 are on track.
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