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Wells Fargo posted mixed quarterly results, as profit slightly beat expectations but sales failed to top Wall Street's estimates.
BlackRock on Friday reported quarterly profit that was weaker than analysts expected, due to higher compensation costs.
The technology company's earnings easily topped expectations, but its data center revenue came in lower than expected.
Alcoa marked the unofficial start of earnings season by beating earnings expectations but falling just short of revenue projections.
Drugmaker Eli Lilly revised its 2015 earnings estimate lower and forecast 2016 earnings of $2.92 to $3.02 per share.
Shares of Nike were in record-high territory after the company delivered quarterly earnings that sprinted past analysts' expectations.
BlackBerry delivered quarterly results on Friday that beat Wall Street expectations.
Darden Restaurants reported earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Friday.
Shares of the company jumped almost 2 percent after hours.
The shipping giant posted $2.58 per share on $12.5 billion in revenue.
Canadian drugmaker Valeant Pharmaceuticals cut its revenue and profit forecasts for 2015.
Citing the continued slow-growth global economy, 3M on Tuesday lowered its 2015 earnings outlook.
The Men's Wearhouse on Wednesday reported a fiscal third-quarter loss of $27.2 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier.
Home Depot on Tuesday reaffirmed its sales and earnings guidance for fiscal full year.
Chipmaker Marvell Technology estimated third-quarter revenue below analysts' estimates, hurt by weak demand for its chips used in hard-disk drives.
Dollar General, the No.2 U.S. discount retailer, reported lower-than-expected quarterly net sales as consumer spending showed few signs of recovery.
Deere posted a sharp drop in earnings on Wednesday and forecast a further slump in agriculture and construction equipment sales in its new year.
HP split into two publicly traded companies earlier this month in an effort to trim costs and compete in a fast-paced market.
Best Buy earnings topped expectations, but revenue fell 2.3 percent amid weak sales of tablets and mobile phones and lower services revenue.
UnitedHealth cut its full-year profit forecast due to continued pressure on its Obamacare plans for individuals.