Tiffany & Co. posted quarter results that missed expectations Thursday, pushing shares of the jewelry retailer lower in premarket trading.» Read More
The world's largest consumer of energy is producing oil and gas hand over fist. Judging by some of Big Oil's earnings results, you couldn't tell.
Amazon posted quarterly results that fell short of expectations and said it may increase the cost of its popular Amazon Prime subscription by $20 to $40.
The search giant has been on an M&A spree of late, selling its phone unit and buying software and home automation companies.
Chipotle reported revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday and a swift increase in comparable sales despite colder weather.
Visa, the world's largest credit and debit card company, reported a 9 percent rise in quarterly profit as more people used its cards.
Eli Lilly reported sales well above Street expectations, although overall revenue declined due to generic competition for Cymbalta.
Exxon Mobil posted lower-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday as it failed to offset declining production with fresh reserves.
UPS posted quarterly profit that met expectations and said a surge in online shopping just before Christmas led to late deliveries and higher costs.
John Bogle, Vanguard founder provides his economic forecast for 2014, and how investors should digest earnings data.
Royal Dutch Shell followed on from its profit warning earlier this month Thursday with its worst figures for five years.
Sales at the drinks company rose by 1.8 percent in six months, boosted by sales in North America.
With talk of a possible takeover deal and fierce competition in sports broadcasting, BSkyB came out swinging on Thursday with a set of market-beating figures.
Global healthcare company Roche is confident of growth in emerging markets despite the economic slowdown.
Boeing posted quarterly results Wednesday that exceeded expectations, but share prices dropped sharply on its 2014 revenue and profit projections.
Ford posted a higher-than-expected profit as strength in the U.S. automaker's core North American market offset losses in Europe and South America.
Yahoo posted earnings that exceeded Wall Street expectations, while sales were in line. But shares took a sharp turn lower in extended-hours trading following the company's first-quarter outlook.
Comcast reported fourth-quarter earnings and revenue on Tuesday that exceeded Wall Street's expectations.
German electronics and engineering firm Siemens reported a 20 percent rise in first quarter net profit on Tuesday and kept its outlook for 2014.
Dutch technology company Philips reported fourth quarter sales that missed forecasts on Tuesday.
Apple posted results that beat estimates, but reported weak iPhone sales and handed in a current-quarter revenue forecast that underwhelmed.