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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
Netflix reported earnings that doubled analyst expectations, but shares fell in after-hours trading.
Morgan Stanley earnings beat, but profit more than halved as the bank's trading and investment banking businesses took a hit from market volatility.
Louis Navellier, chairman and founder of Navellier & Associates, joined CNBC Pro for an exclusive Q&A to share his investment strategy.
PepsiCo's sales fell 2.9 percent, hurt by a strong dollar and weak revenue in some markets including Latin America and Europe.
Investors have bid up tech's top companies on optimism they can parlay their dominance and cash balance into success in new businesses.
Shares of Regions Financial advanced more than 2 percent after reporting better-than-expected quarterly results.
Bank of America reported a slide in profit as concerns about an economic slowdown and uncertainty about the pace of rate increases dampened trading.
JPMorgan Chase reported profit that beat expectations, but revenue fell as costs to cover possible sour loans to troubled shale oil companies rose.
Bank shares are moving after the first big bank kicks off earnings season.
With first quarter earnings projected to sink, JPM's Steven Rees says investors should do this, not that.
CSX says lower freight, particularly a 31 percent drop in coal volumes, hurt its first-quarter profit.
Alcoa also said its engineered products and solutions unit cut 600 positions in the first quarter.
At least this problem is well-defined and short lived, one expert says.
Companies are relying on financial engineering to achieve profit growth in the face of middling U.S. economic gains, S&P's Mike Thompson says.
Darden Restaurants on Tuesday posted quarterly earnings and revenue that topped expectations.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen said the company may focus on software only, if the profitability of its hardware doesn't improve.
While the start of earnings season is still a few weeks away, Darden and Monsanto are expected to kick things off on a different tone.
General Mills reported lower-than-expected quarterly sales, hurt by a strong dollar and weaker sales in the United States.
The sportswear giant beat expectations with earnings of 55 cents per share, but its $8.03 billion in revenue disappointed Wall Street.
Tiffany's sales fell 5.6 percent as a strong dollar hurt tourist spending at its stores in the United States and ate into revenue from other markets.
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