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Johnson & Johnson reported better than expected quarterly results on strong growth for its prescription drugs.
JPMorgan Chase swung to a loss in the third quarter, as a raft of legal and regulatory problems forced the U.S.'s largest bank to pay more than $9 billion in charges.
Wells Fargo reported third quarter earnings that hit a record, the bank said on Friday, surpassing Wall Street's estimates.
Chevron warned that third-quarter earnings would be lower than the second due to "significantly lower" earnings as fuel margins were squeezed.
With modest growth expected, corporate profit reports are likely to be more interesting for what they say about the future than the present.
Costco Wholesale Corp posted a 1 percent rise in quarterly profit and a three percent increase in its same-store sales for the month of September.
JPMorgan Chase is looking to scale back involvement with certain types of businesses, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, in order to salve a battered reputation.
Despite weak aluminum prices, Alcoa reported quarterly earnings and revenue on Tuesday that exceeded estimates.
Yum Brands, parent company of KFC, reported quarterly earnings and revenue that missed analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
Twitter hopes to woo investors with rip-roaring growth despite never having made a profit in the last three years.
The struggling company reported a huge quarterly loss, days after accepting its largest shareholder's tentative $4.7 billion bid to take it out of the public eye.
New Dow component Nike reported earnings that beat Wall Street forecasts, while revenue came in on target. Shares jumped after-hours.
Carnival, the world's largest cruise line operator, saw profits sink 30 percent after mishaps on its Triumph, Dream and Legend ships.
Lennar reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as it sold more homes at higher prices, indicating the U.S. housing recovery is firmly on track.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp said annual revenue grew 2.7 percent to almost $8.9 billion amid a rise in circulation and subscription revenue.
Oracle delivered a cautious outlook, which it attributed to lackluster IT spending in the US and Europe. Shares fell after-hours.
FedEx reported earnings and revenue that beat expectations as the courier company cut costs and its lower-priced ground shipping business did well.
Lululemon, still recovering from an recall of excessively see-through yoga pants, trimmed its outlook for full-year sales and profits.
You're not going to like the way this outlook looks: Just a few months after firing its founder and spokesperson, Men's Wearhouse cut its forecast. Shares fell sharply after-hours.
Tiffany reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Tuesday and raised its guidance for the full year.