General Mills reported a drop in sales for the fifth straight quarter, hurt mainly by weak demand for its Yoplait yogurt and Progresso soup. » Read More
Home Depot Tuesday reported earnings and revenue that fell roughly in line with Wall Street's estimates.
Analysts had expected the firm to raise its outlook, due to what they considered a more modest impact from The Sports Authority liquidation.
Shares of Hain Celestial plummeted after it said it's delaying the release of fourth-quarter results while it evaluates its financial reporting.
CXRX shares plunged more than 27 percent after it posted quarterly earnings that missed estimates and replaced their CFO.
Ruby Tuesday shares fell 12 percent after the company posted weak same-store sales and reported that it would shutter 13 percent of its restaurants.
J.C. Penney reports a smaller-than-expected loss, but the recovering department store's revenues fell just shy of expectations.
Macy's will shutter 100 locations to focus on its best-performing stores, as it tries to reinvigorate its business.
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Kohl's reported quarterly sales above analysts' estimates as warm weather in the quarter boosted demand for summer clothes and accessories.
Alibaba reported a better-than-expected 59 percent jump in quarterly revenue on Thursday, defying a slowdown in the Chinese economy.
The burger restaurant reported second-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations after the bell on Wednesday.
The summer rally is due to run out of steam as earnings look set to disappoint and retail investors continue to shun the bull, strategists say.
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Burger chain Wendy's reported lower-than-expected quarterly comparable sales as a fall in grocery prices encouraged more diners to eat at home.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said the company is investing in BAMTech as part of its mission to monetize streaming capabilities at ESPN.
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