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Time Warner reported a 17.3 percent rise in profit, helped by the success of its releases "Kong: Skull Island" and "The Lego Batman Movie."
Sprint said it narrowed its loss as the No. 4 U.S. wireless carrier cut costs as part of its turnaround plan.
A top strategist at Russell Investments says the stock market rally could be losing its muscle.
Apple hit a record intraday share price on Tuesday ahead of its quarterly earnings report after the bell.
Smartphone buying intent has fallen to a nine-year low.
Cook told CNBC the company's services have a lot of momentum, especially with the App Store up 40 percent and growth in the developer community.
Coach posted an 8.6 percent jump in quarterly profit, as the handbag maker cut back on discounting its products in the United States.
Aetna reported better-than-expected earnings, helped by strength in the health insurer's commercial and government unit.
Merck reported a 1.3 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by higher demand for its key immuno-oncology drug Keytruda.
Drugmaker Pfizer reported a 2.7 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by higher sales of breast cancer drug Ibrance.
ConocoPhillips reported a profit, helped by a gain on its sale of oil sands and western Canadian natural gas assets to Cenovus Energy.
Exxon Mobil posted profits of 95 a share in the first quarter of 2017, compared with analysts' EPS estimates for 85 cents.
General Motors' profits as strong pickup truck and SUV sales in the U.S. helped the company shrug off weaker sales in other regions.
Chevron earned an adjusted $1.23 per share in the first quarter versus expectations for EPS of 86 cents.
Amazon reported first-quarter sales and profit that exceeded analysts' estimates.
Alphabet, the public holding company of Google, makes most of its money from advertising.
For the second quarter in a row, Starbucks' same-store sales failed to meet Wall Street expectations, sending shares down more than 4 percent in aftermarket trading Thursday.
The company reported that revenue from its "more personal computing" segment, which includes Surface, badly missed estimates.
Intel is expected to report first-quarter earnings after the bell Thursday.
Comcast says its earnings climbed by more than 23 percent, driven by growth in cable, particularly at its NBCUniversal division.
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