Walt Disney on Tuesday posted earnings that topped Wall Street estimates but revenue that came in below projections.» Read More
Big media companies are posting earnings this week. Time will tell if their experimentation will pay off.
Michael Kors and Priceline both reported earnings beats, but slowing growth could sour momentum traders on the stocks.
Michael Kors forecast sales and profit for the holiday season largely below analysts' estimates, sending its shares lower in premarket trading.
Priceline on Tuesday forecast quarterly earnings below Wall Street's expectations, sending its stock down nearly 7 percent.
Burger King reported its highest growth in North America sales in two years, driven by Chicken Fries and strong sales of the BBQ Bacon Whopper burger.
Alibaba could face challenges to maintaining profit margins as it grows beyond its roots in e-commerce and expands globally, a tech expert says.
CVS Health on Tuesday posted a lower-than-expected quarterly profit hurt by a pre-tax loss on early retirement of debt.
Dish Network on Tuesday reported third-quarter earnings of $145.5 million.
Discovery Communications on Tuesday reported third-quarter net income of $280 million.
Publisher Time cut its full-year revenue forecast for the second time as revenue from print advertising falls steadily.
German luxury carmaker BMW said its third-quarter operating profit rose 17 percent, ahead of forecasts.
Primark owner posts 6 percent rise in earnings but warns it saw limited opportunity for growth in the new year.
Herbalife reported earnings that missed expectations and offered a sales outlook that was well below forecasts, sending shares plunging 13 percent.
Sprint reported a loss worse than even the most pessimistic of the 15 Wall Street estimates recorded by Thomson Reuters.
American International Group posted earnings of $1.21 a share, excluding items, on revenue of $8.63 billion.
HSBC confirmed it had set aside $378m for fines relating to suspected manipulation of foreign exchange markets, amid ongoing talks with U.K. regulators.
Hotel, energy and financial services conglomerate Loews reported a 26 percent drop in quarterly profit, partly due to lower investment income.
ExxonMobil on Friday reported a 3 percent increase in quarterly profit on higher results in its refining and chemicals businesses.
Chevron reported its profit rose as lower oil prices boosted its refinery operations, helping to offset sagging results in its oil and gas production.
U.S. cleaning products maker Clorox reported better-than-expected quarterly sales and adjusted profit, helped by strong demand for household products.