Tiffany & Co. posted quarter results that missed expectations Thursday, pushing shares of the jewelry retailer lower in premarket trading.» Read More
Time Inc. reported a quarterly profit that handily beat market expectations on Tuesday as lower costs more than made up for weak print ad sales.
Disney shares are trading at an all-time high, up nearly 45 percent over the past 12 months, and they're expected to keep going strong.
AIG reported second-quarter earnings of $1.39 a share on Monday, beating estimates of $1.22 a share.
Sears Holdings says a key sales figure fell sharply in the second quarter, dragged down by weakness at its namesake stores.
Exxon Mobil delivered quarterly earnings that fell short of analysts' expectations on Friday, hurt by lower oil prices.
Chevron delivered quarterly earnings that fell well short of analysts' expectations on Friday.
Bank of Ireland, which was bailed out during the country's debt crisis, reported soaring profits for the first half of 2015 as bad debts were reduced.
BNP Paribas reported better-than-expected profit on Friday, as the strong dollar gave the French bank's earnings a boost.
Lloyds Banking Group reported a 15 percent jump in pre-tax profit for the first half of 2015 to £4.4 billion ($6.9 billion) on Friday.
Carrefour, the world's second-largest retailer, posted stronger-than-expected first-half operating profit on Friday, driven by a recovering Europe and resilient Brazilian operations.
Airbus Group reported a 6 percent rise in first-half core operating profit and revenue on Friday.
The world's largest producer of steel retained its 2015 profit outlook, but cut its forecast for global steel consumption this year.
Facebook said it saw monthly active users of 1.49 billion, with 1.31 billion on mobile.
Consumer products giant Procter & Gamble delivered quarterly profit that topped expectations, despite a sixth straight drop in sales.
Americans are drinking more expensive booze, in particular tequila and whiskey, according to Diageo's boss.
Royal Dutch Shell warned on Thursday that lower oil prices could continue for several years, as earnings fell by a third.
Sony reported stronger-than-expected first-quarter profit, boosted by strong sales of smartphone camera sensors and PlayStation4 videogames.
AstraZeneca revenue fell by a smaller-than-expected 7 percent in the second quarter.
Deutsche Bank reported quarterly earnings largely in line with expectations but warned that challenges remained to cut costs.
BT, the British telecoms giant, announced better-than-expected net profit of £511 million ($797 million) for the first quarter on Thursday.