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Shares of Amgen popped nearly 2 percent in after-hours trade after the biotech company beat on its third-quarter earnings.
The company sold 48 million iPhones in the fiscal fourth quarter, as well as 9.88 million iPads.
The company beat on both the top and bottom lines, but light guidance sent the stock lower.
Comcast earnings were helped by NBCUniversal's box-office hit "Minions" and growth in its high-speed Internet and business services divisions.
United Parcel Service posted a higher quarterly profit on Tuesday, despite its revenue being hurt by the strong U.S. dollar.
The Chinese e-commerce giant's revenue beat estimates, even as the value of goods transacted on its platform grew more more slowly.
Ford delivered quarterly earnings that missed analysts' expectations on Tuesday, but revenues were better than expected.
Restaurants Brands International said third-quarter profit soared, helped by new restaurants and lower costs.
The company cited a strong dollar and weak agricultural markets in Brazil and other emerging markets for the decline in profits.
Skechers USA reported lower-than-expected rise in quarterly comparable sales and revenue, sending its shares down 35 percent after market.
Pandora Media reported a bigger quarterly loss as content acquisition costs nearly doubled, sending its shares sharply lower after hours.
The company beat on both the top and bottom lines with earnings of $7.35 per share on revenue of $18.68 billion.
Amazon's Web Services revenue grew by 78 percent, while its sales in North America rose nearly 30 percent.
Microsoft separately cut about 1,000 jobs, or less than 1 percent of its workforce, in a new round of cuts.
The telecom giant posted third-quarter earnings of 74 cents per share on revenue of $39.09 billion.
The fast food giant delivered fresh evidence to investors its prolonged turnaround effort is working.
After Caterpillar posts an earnings miss, CEO Doug Oberhelman said "Our day will come, but it's not right now."
American Express said continued headwinds from a stronger U.S. dollar and a rise in marketing spending contributed to profit falling.
Google may have changed its name and corporate structure, but the Internet giant still has to reckon with the rapid shift to mobile.
General Motors delivered quarterly earnings that handily topped analysts' expectations on Wednesday.