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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.
Adobe Systems reported a 24.7 percent rise in revenue, helped by strong demand for its cloud-based design and digital marketing tools.
Caterpillar on Thursday cut its first-quarter earnings and revenue guidance, but said it remains comfortable with its prior full-year forecast.
The shipping giant reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of $2.51 per share, adjusted, on $12.7 billion in revenue.
Wall Street investor Bill Ackman says he is still confident in Valeant and he plans to be more proactive in his dealings with it.
Dollar General's quarterly sales rose 7 percent as demand increased for items such as candy and snacks, perishables, tobacco, and food.
Square shares popped after the company posted a quarterly loss but said revenue rose 49 percent from the previous year.
Shares of Box were up more than 12 percent in extended trading after the cloud storage provider beat earnings estimates.
Dick's Sporting Goods reported quarterly earnings that missed analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
Shake Shack reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Monday.
Sales at stores open more than 12 months fell 17.2 percent, much steeper than the 12 percent drop expected by analysts.
Berkshire Hathaway saw a jump in net worth during 2015 by $15.4 billion, the conglomerate said on Saturday in its annual letter to shareholders.
J.C. Penney reported a better-than-expected quarterly revenue, helped by strong sales at it its Home, Sephora, Footwear and Handbags divisions.
The retailer met fiscal fourth-quarter earnings expectations of 57 cents per share, but its fiscal 2016 earnings estimates came in light.
Kraft Heinz reported quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Herbalife soundly beat Wall Street expectations Thursday, reporting earnings per share of $1.19.
Best Buy forecast current-quarter sales and profit below analysts' estimates as it struggles with falling sales of mobile devices.
Target reported quarterly earnings and revenue that missed analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
Lowe's reports a better-than-expected 5.6 percent rise in quarterly sales, helped by a recovery in the U.S. housing market.
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