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Amgen boosted guidance after it beat on fourth-quarter earnings, helped by sales of its rheumatoid arthritis drug Enbrel.
Investors are particularly enthusiastic about Microsoft's future business — the company reported deferred revenue well above expectations.
Payment services company Visa reported better-than-predicted earnings on Thursday despite headwinds from a strong U.S. dollar.
Ford's fourth-quarter results beat Street expectations, and it maintained a 2016 pretax profit forecast equal to or higher than last year.
Caterpillar revenue slumped 23 percent as weak commodity prices and slowing economic growth in developing countries hit demand for its products.
China e-commerce giant Alibaba's third-quarter revenue rose 32 percent, helped by holiday shopping.
Facebook easily topped Wall Street's most optimistic estimates for both revenue and earnings in the fourth quarter, the company announced Wednesday.
PayPal reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
EBay reported no growth in revenue in the holiday quarter, during which it faced intense competition from bigger e-commerce rival Amazon.com.
Boeing said expects to deliver fewer commercial planes this year, sending its shares down.
Biogen's quarterly profit breezed past Wall Street's estimates, driven by higher demand for its key oral multiple sclerosis drug Tecfidera.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles also reported better-than-expected rise in fourth-quarter operating profit as strong results from North America.
Apple reported fiscal first quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates, but came in below expectations on revenue, iPhone sales and more.
Johnson & Johnson reported a 2.4 percent drop in fourth-quarter sales, hurt by a strong dollar.
DuPont forecast higher 2016 earnings, helped by cost-cutting to offset continued pressure from a strong dollar.
3M reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit and backed its 2016 forecast as it cut jobs to keep costs low.
Sprint, the No. 4 U.S. wireless carrier, reported a smaller quarterly loss, helped by cost cuts and higher number of subscriber additions.
Crediting Gillette for helping earnings, P&G CFO Jon Moeller tells CNBC the company will "vigorously protect" its razor patents.
McDonald's reported better-than-expected sales, helped by the launch of all-day breakfast in the U.S. and recovering demand in China.
D.R. Horton reported a slightly higher-than-expected profit along with a rise in orders for the last quarter of the year.
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