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Chevron reported a second straight quarter of profits, but low oil and gas prices dragged the company to an annual loss.
Starbucks shares fell nearly 3 percent in aftermarket trading on Thursday after the company posted its lowest same-store sales growth since 2009.
Intel reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday, as two of its key segments outstripped Wall Street.
Analysts had expected Company to report earnings of about $9.64 a share on $25.26 billion in revenue, according to Thomson Reuters.
The company said its major cloud product nearly doubled its revenue year over year.
Shares of Wynn Resorts are up 7 percent in after-hours trading after fourth-quarter revenue beat although adjusted earnings disappointed.
Shares of Mattel plunged over 17 percent after the company reported earnings and revenue that fell short of analyst expectations.
In the cable segment, revenue rose 7 percent as the company added video subscribers.
Caterpillar delivered earnings that topped Wall Street's expectations on Thursday, but its revenue fell short.
Ford reports fourth-quarter earnings that matched Wall Street estimates and revenue that exceeded expectations.
United Technologies posted a fourth-quarter profit, compared with a year-ago loss, driven by better sales at its Pratt & Whitney aircraft engines unit.
Boeing said on Wednesday it expects to deliver between 760 and 765 commercial aircraft in 2017, higher than 748 deliveries in 2016.
Verizon also says it "continues to work with Yahoo to assess the impact of data breaches."
Chemical and seed producer DuPont reported a quarterly profit, compared with a loss a year earlier when the company booked charges of $770 million.
The tech giant has also expanded its efforts into new areas, including cloud computing and entertainment.
Johnson & Johnson reported a 1.7 percent rise in fourth-quarter sales, due to a strong demand for its newer products.
Lockheed Martin posted a 19.4 percent rise in quarterly sales, helped by higher revenue from the F-35 and Sikorsky helicopters businesses.
3M, the maker of Scotch tape and Post-it notes, reported an 11.3 percent increase in quarterly profit as the company kept a tight lid on costs.
Travelers reported an 8.9 percent rise in quarterly net profit on Tuesday, helped by a rise in investment earnings and a gain from a dispute settlement.
Yahoo reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Monday, and revenue that topped Wall Street's forecasts.
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